In observance of…; highlights from the show; how you can help sustain the legacy of Jazz; takin’ The Local Take LOCAL; programming highlights, live event listing and more in the October issue of the Jazzette. Click here. ENJOY!
Success is always earned the hard way, by putting in time. Having trouble reaching your goals? Put in some more time. Get your Morris Motivations, each morning at 7:45, 8:45 and 9:45. Only from Morris In The Morning, right here on Jazz 91.9 FM The Jazz Of The City.
Click here to preview the April Jazzette, Jazz 91.9 WCLK monthly newsletter. Jazz 91.9 celebrates April; winner of the Spring 2013 membership campaign grand prize - Golf and Safari South African Excursion; meet us at the ABL CEO Appreciation Luncheon – live broadcast; music and event listing; and, more.
Jazz 91.9 WCLKin partnership with the International Television Services will host the second in a series of beta field testings of OVEE, a new social screening platform for watching television starting April 1. OVEE is a digital engagement platform which allows Jazz 91.9 to better serve communities by administering live, online screenings of most public broadcasting programs while interacting with participants in real time.
It’s amazing how much a simple note or gift of encouragement can mean to individuals who are in need. For the second year,Jazz 91.9 WCLK in partnership with the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, encourages individuals to join in on creating personal care packages for Atlanta area homeless women and children during the 2013 United Way Shoebox Project.
News that jazz-fusion legend Donald Byrd had passed went through the media with a shiver yesterday, with record labels confirming by late afternoon that Byrd was gone. Jazz 91.9 WCLK plays Donald Byrd, always has. You can expect to hear Donald Byrd closely in the days ahead on the station. His memory will live forever on The Jazz of The City.
Jazz 91.9 WCLK - The Jazz of the City – proudly presents its 39th Anniversary Benefit Concert featuring Jazz Icons, legendary Keyboardist, George Duke and incomparable Saxophonist Gerald Albright on Wednesday, April 3, 7:30 p.m. at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta.