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Brian Casey
Monday - Friday 3pm - 7pm

 

WLBC POLL

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EDUCATOR OF THE MONTH

Each month, 104.1 WLBC and Purdue University College of Technology will choose an extraordinary educator focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics to become 2014 Educator of the Month!
 

COOLEST KID IN WLBCLAND!

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BSU'S DIFFERENCE MAKER OF THE MONTH

Each month a Difference Maker will be chosen by Ball State Federal Credit Union and presented an award in recognition and appreciation of their overall excellence as an employee at Ball State University.  Click here to see this month's Difference Maker!

WLBCLAND COMMUNITY RESOURCES

We're offering a helping hand to those that need it most.  Click here for a listing of helpful resources by county.  Please use these pages as a starting point to seek help for yourself, or for someone you know.  The agencies listed here are for you to contact directly.

MUSIC NEWS

  • Sony Music Claims It Overpaid 'American Idol' Stars

    The record giant demands at least $2 million for compilation albums, digital downloads and a royalty advance.

  • David Duchovny joins pantheon of actor-turned-musicians

    David Duchovny's "Hell or Highwater" is out in May.David Duchovny, best known for his starring roles in "The X-Files" and "Californication," has announced he's got a debut album on the way, the latest in a long line of actors to take the leap into music. Duchovny is something of a Renaissance man already, having published his debut novel, "Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale," last month. With time between the end of his run on "Californication" and the upcoming series "Atlantis" (plus a recently announced "X-Files" revival), he's now turned his attention to music, with the album "Hell or Highwater" due out May 12 from ThinkSay Records and a lead single now out on iTunes. Johansson released her debut album, "Anywhere I Lay My Head," in 2008, offering up a collection of Tom Waits covers plus one original song.


  • Who's Who in music streaming: Tidal, Spotify, Pandora & more

    In this Jan. 6, 2015 photo, a model wears SMS Audio BioSport In-Ear Headphones at the Intel booth during the International CES, in Las Vegas. With paid subscriptions to music streaming services like Tidal, Spotify, Pandora and others, you can listen to as many songs as you want on a variety of personal computers, phones, tablets and other devices. (AP Photo/John Locher)NEW YORK (AP) — Since Apple shook up the music world with iTunes a little more than a decade ago, online music has exploded and become the central way many people enjoy and discover music. Internet services such as Pandora and Spotify have millions of users. Now, several high-profile musicians are behind what's being billed as the first artist-owned music-streaming service.


  • Music Review: Sufjan Stevens' latest album is worth the time

    This CD cover image released by Asthmatic Kitty shows "Carrie & Lowell," by Sufjan Stevens. (AP Photo/Asthmatic Kitty)Sufjan Stevens, "Carrie & Lowell" (Asthmatic Kitty)