WLIB


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WLIBWisconsin Land Information Board
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WLIB = work-life imbalance; OCB = obsessive-compulsive behavior.
This leaves interpretation of the law open and leaves local authorities free to impose licenses, notwithstanding the "clear and unambiguous" nature of Wisconsin Act 339 (WLIB, 1994; Shanley, 2005).
WLIB, once a mildly successful jazz station, came under black ownership in the 1970s, when activists picketed the station and petitioned to make bidding for its purchase available to African American entrepreneurs.
After a county's modernization plan is approved by the Wisconsin Land Information Board (WLIB), the money becomes available for implementing the plan.
He did, however, speak at length over the WLIB airwaves.
Emmis will remain a separate public company, with its media holdings strictly tied to its four radio stations in Indianapolis and Indianapolis Monthlymagazine; and WLIB. While it owns WEPN-FM 98.7 , the station is operated through a long-term LMA agreement with ESPN Radio.
He was appeared on WLIB's Night Talk with Bob Law, WRFG's Round Midnight, Spoken Expression and WAOK's Chris Askew Show.
US diversified media company Emmis Communications Corp (NASDAQ:EMMS) said it will acquire two radio stations in New York, namely WBLS 107.5 FM and WLIB 1190 AM, from YMF Media LLC for a total of USD131m (EUR96m) in cash.
WLIB (1190 AM) is the powerhouse 24-hour Gospel, Praise, and Inspiration station, featuring on-air talent that includes Yolanda Adams, Bishop Hezekiah Walker, Donnie McClurkin, Morgan Dukes and more.
In 1948, a Mexican radio executive named Juan Jose Vazquez, along with his wife Julita Suarez (a Spanish dancer and singer) approached New York radio station WLIB about the possibility of scheduling Spanish-language programming on their station.
New York is one of the few places in America that can support a radio station such as WLIB which disseminates the message of radical Black identity politics and Black nationalism.
On Friday, Hasidic protesters surrounded a black man who admonished a speaker for advocating censorship of the controversial black radio station WLIB. A Hasidic man knocked off the black man's cap, at which the throng pursued the man down a brownstone-lined block, black and Hasidic faces peering from the windows above.