Why do you play the songs you play?
Great question! All of the music we play has been tested both locally and nationally by thousands of people. The amount of times a song is played is determined by its test results. We can assure you that we don’t just sit around here and pick songs, it’s actually quite a science. Your favorite song may not be the favorite song of the person sitting in the car beside you and vice versa. We love feedback concerning the music we play, and we encourage you to vote! Sign up for the Listener Advisory Panel by clicking here. This is the best way to let us know how we can best serve you – and we want to know!
How do you pay the bills?
New Life 91.9 is a totally listener-supported ministry. We do not sell airtime for programs and we are commercial free. Each month, meeting the operating expenses completely relies on your prayers and financial support. The average cost per song is $10. Would you like to sponsor a song or two? Click here to make an eternal difference!
I hear Josh announce various events each week on the air. How do I get Josh to announce my event on the air?
The first and only step to take is to submit your event online by clicking here. Submitted events are chosen to be promoted on the air by several different varying factors.
Do you come out to local church or community events?
The short answer is yes, we do come out to local church and community events. We receive many requests to participate in local events so choosing which ones to attend can be quite difficult. If you would like to let us know of your church or community event, the first step is to submit your event online by clicking here. If you have an interest in having New Life 91.9 attend your event, please email Leigh Anderson by clicking here.
Is your studio available for tours or field trips?
Yes, we love having visitors come to the station! We treat kids like rock stars around here! Students will spend time with each staff member to learn how the radio station operates. They will have a hands on chance to see how all of the technical equipment works and how the station runs. For more information, or to schedule a tour, please email Renee Gleason by clicking here.