Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace on NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS

NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS, is proud to announce the final piece of its Sunday Fox News Block.

From the policy debates to the political fights, today’s top newsmakers make sure they sit down with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. Plus, he’s got a top-notch panel to step in with insight and analysis live each Sunday at 11 a.m.

Be sure to check back to TalkWilliamsport.com for the entire weekend lineup.

From Washington on NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS

NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS, is proud to announce that as part of its Sunday Fox News Block, From Washington, will air at 10 a.m.

FOX News Radio’s National Correspondent Jared Halpern along with a team of FOX News reporters & contributors look at the week that was inside the beltway.

Be sure to check back to TalkWilliamsport.com for the full listing of our new weekend lineup.

New Sunday Fox News Block on News Talk 104.1

NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS is proud to announce that as part of its expanded weekend lineup a Fox News Block will anchor Sunday mornings.

I’ll Tell You What with Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary, co-host of Fox News Channel’s “The Five” and host of “The Daily Briefing” and Chris Stirewalt Fox News Politics Editor and host of “Power Play”, run through the daily goings on in the world of politics.

I’ll Tell You What airs Sundays at 9 a.m. on NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS .

Be sure to check back to TalkWilliamsport.com tomorrow for the reveal of the final program joining our weekend lineup, along with the full listing of our new weekend lineup.

Community Theatre League partners with News Talk 104.1 FM & 1600 AM WEJS

Williamsport’s Community Theatre League is proud to announce a new partnership with local radio
stations 104.1 FM/1600 AM WEJS and 92.7 FM/1050 AM FOX Sport Williamsport. The radio stations have
become a season sponsor of the Community Theatre League, supporting the theatre’s mission to
create powerful, dynamic theatrical experiences for the greater Williamsport area and across
Lycoming County and the Susquehanna River Valley.

“We are very excited to have WEJS and Fox Sports on board with us,” says Philip Vonada, the
Community Theatre League’s General Manger. “We are thrilled by the support this community
shows CTL, and are thankful for local companies who help put our goal of educating, enriching, and
entertaining our community at the forefront.”

Listen for appearances from CTL cast members and directors on the Fitz & Alivia Show on Talk
Williamsport, as well as ticket giveaways across the stations in the coming year.

The Community Theatre League is Williamsport’s premiere community theatre. Founded in 1976
with the vision of creating a true community-driven organization focused on making, promoting
and supporting the performing arts, The Community Theatre League has presented over 200
Mainstage productions. CTL regularly produces at least 10 plays or musicals throughout the year, as
well as special concert events and the Sprouts children’s series. CTL holds a variety of summer
camps for elementary and high school students, organizes the annual Ray of Light Awards for
Excellence in High School Theatre, and is the home of the Community Academy of Stage and
Theatre.

URGENT: HURRICANE FLORENCE RELIEF EFFORT


With the devastating impact of Hurricane Florence on families in North Carolina, Fox Sports Williamsport 92.7 FM/1050 AM and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS have launched a relief effort.

The relief effort is made possible by the generosity of Wagner Trucking in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania providing a tractor trailer and driver.

Beginning this Thursday, September 20th at 10 a.m. the trailer will be parked in the Beiter’s Furniture, Mattress and Appliance parking lot and stay that day until it is filled.

Donations of items can be made by dropping them off anytime during the day and suggestions of items of greatest need are listed below.

“As we did two years ago in the wake of Hurricane Matthew the people of Lycoming and surrounding counties adopted Lenoir County, North Carolina and delivered more that 40,000 pounds of relief supplies,” according to Todd Bartley, Managing Member of Fox Sports Williamsport 92.7 FM/1050 AM and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS.

Fox Sports Williamsport 92.7 FM/1050 AM and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS will be broadcasting live from the Beiter’s parking lot all day in support of the relief effort.

If people want to volunteer to go to North Carolina this weekend to assist in flood clean up there will also be a sign-up sheet and details provided on how to assist.

Businesses, if you have a pallet ready to put on the truck we have the equipment on site Thursday to move it from your truck to the relief truck. Please have it shrink wrapped for transportation purposes.

Thank you in advance for your assistance in the worthwhile effort and the great partnerships that have been forged through tough times. – Todd Bartley, Managing Member of Fox Sports Williamsport 92.7 FM/1050 AM and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS on behalf of the families of Lenoir County North Carolina.

Items of need for Eastern North Carolina include:

Non-Perishable Food items

Bottled Water

Sheets/Pillow Cases

Diapers (Baby & Adult)

Hygiene Products

Garbage Bags/Work Gloves/Rubber Gloves

Bleach

Cleaning Supplies

Bottles of Cleaners

Paper Products (toilet paper/Paper Towels)

Pet Foods

HBA Products

(Toothpaste/Tooth Brushes/Shampoo/Conditioner/Shaving Cream/Disposable Razors)

Plastic Containers are always welcome to put items into and then put onto the truck

Fox Sports Williamsport, News Talk 104.1 & 1600 and YSN jointly announce partnership agreement for online video broadcasts.

“We’re (YSN) beyond excited to work with the team at Fox Sports Williamsport and News Talk 104.1 & 1600 producing live High School sporting events in Pennsylvania. Growing into Pennsylvania continues our commitment of giving local athletes a platform to showcase their talents. This partnership will amplify our efforts, and will provide an even better experience for our fans, and sponsors.” D.J. Yokley, Founder & CEO of YSN.

Yokley added, “It’s been a team effort between our two organizations, but through the entire process the focus has been firmly on the best experience for the student-athletes and their families.”

“D.J. and I go back many years to our days in Class B Baseball. In reconnecting over the years we have finally reached our goal of the best way to deliver our award winning play-by-play broadcasts of high school events to our audience. It made perfect sense to partner with YSN and the great team D.J. has put together at YSN and their model of success.”, Todd Bartley, Owner of Fox Sports Williamsport, News Talk 104.1 & 1600.

“YSN is unique in that they are not reliant on a social media platform for the broadcasts; instead YSN broadcasts can be shared on social media and are available in live format as well as on-demand after the game concludes”, Bartley added.

Branding will include both organizations on every broadcast. Announcing crews will be announced in the near future.

About Fox Sports Williamsport & Talk Williamsport

Fox Sports Williamsport (92.7 FM, 1050 AM, foxsportswilliamsport.com and News Talk 104.1, 1600 AM talkwilliamsport.com have broadcast thousands of Lycoming County High School sporting events since 2007.

Daily on-air content includes the only local sports talk program The Locker Room Show airing Monday – Friday 4 – 5 p.m. as well as the Lycoming County High School Coaches Show airing Wednesday nights from 7 – 8 p.m. at Buffalo Wild Wings and High School GameDay from the Fairfield Auto Group Game of Week site each Friday from 5 – 6:45 p.m.

Fox Sports Radio is the country’s largest sports radio network, providing more than 9,000 hours of talk and event content annually to 750 stations nationwide, including the top 100 markets.

About Your Sports Network (YSN)

Your Sports Network (YSN) was a vision of two friends who thought there was a link missing from the chain of local sports, and the delivery to those who enjoy them. With the evolution of technology, there should be little reason that you should never be able to stay current with live games, matches, and events at the local level.

Highlights are great when the game is already over. By then, you already know the score, and why waste your time? We believe every event should be streamed, and the community that surrounds that team, or event should benefit with low cost marketing and advertising to reach loyal fans, family, and friends in that specific market.

We are built on 3 pillars:

LOYAL: We encourage ‘Homers’ in our broadcasts. It’s passion that drives us.
LOCAL: Understanding that each event will have a different feel, we support local businesses of all sizes with our media.
LIVE: Nobody likes re-runs. Living through each play as it happens, sitting on the edge of your seat.

We’re online, and in your community. We are YSN.

The New Valley FM available online

News Talk 104.1/1600 and Fox Sports Williamsport have a sister station in Winchester, Virginia.  The New 102.9 Valley FM is all about The COMMUNITY. Where we work, and where we play. We want to be the community connection that brings you the Classic Hits, talk, news and all things local. Valley Made – Valley Played!

The Programming

The New 102.9 Valley FM  targets adults 35-65 with the Top hits from the 60’s 70’s & 80’s! High energy & lots of fun. You hear the most enjoyable, memorable hits. We play what we want, when we want to, and you’re gonna like it.

Our active social media following is engaged with what we are doing, reaching over 4,000 people a week.

Streaming stats show most listeners stream for an average of 1.25 hours and we get 1400 unique streamers each day.

Just click the logo on the right of the page to enjoy the Top hits from the 60’s 70’s & 80’s!

Loyalsock announces Hurricane Harvey relief effort

Earlier this afternoon Loyalsock School District Superintendent Mr. Gerald McLaughlin announced an initiative to assist those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, named “Loyalsock Cares.”

On Monday, September 11, “Loyalsock Cares” will begin collecting items to aid in the Hurricane Harvey recovery including school supplies, first aid and cleaning supplies. A complete list of needed items will be posted in the next day or so.

The collection point is the Loyalsock bus garage and volunteers are needed to aid in receiving donated items as well as sorting and packaging for loading onto a donated 18-wheel tractor-trailer destined for Texas in early October.

“FOX Sports Williamsport and News Talk 104.1/1600 WEJS are excited to partner with “Loyalsock Cares” on their Hurricane Harvey relief effort,” according to Owner and General Manager, Todd Bartley.

Stay tuned to FOX Sports Williamsport, FOXSportsWilliamsport.com, News Talk 104.1/1600 WEJS and TalkWilliamsport.com for updates on how to help.

News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS Debut Series Pin

News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS proudly announces a first of its kind pin for the 2017 Little League World Series. DPH Custom Pins, is the official pin maker for News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS.

“This is the first year of News Talk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS and TalkWilliamsport.com so we thought it would be fitting to commemorate that debut and give everyone something to talk about with a pin. From the first conversation, DPH Custom Pins was all in with our ideas and did an amazing job for us. We are very pleased with the final product especially the home plate integration into the design and believe fans will be as well,” according to Talk Williamsport General Manager and Owner, Todd Bartley.

Pins will be available for purchase for $3.00 each throughout the 2017 Little League World Series at the NewsTalk 104.1 & 1600 WEJS studio, located at 460 Market Street Suite 310, during regular business hours.

BREAKING: MISSING CHILD REPORTED

14-year old Morgan McDermott has been reported as missing. She was last seen in Brandon park around noon yesterday wearing a white tee shirt and jean shorts walking with a male who was wearing a green shirt and army pants carrying two army book bags.

It has been reported that the two exited Brandon Park in the direction of the Market Street Bridge.

Her phone is off and no one has been able to get ahold of her since she left with this boy.

A missing person report has been filed with the Williamsport Bureau of Police. If anyone has any information about this case or if you were in Brandon Park yesterday around noon, please contact the Williamsport police.