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Support the independent voice of Phoenix and help keep the future of New Times free.

Because calling up a deejay while you're driving isn't exactly the safest thing to do, FM 103.9 is offering potential listeners a chance to influence the playlists through a Listener Advisory Board tomorrow, December 8, at the studio.

The station, formerly known as "The Edge," is soliciting all types of listeners and will pay participants $15 for a couple hours of their time, as well as give them free CDs and food. The session starts at 8 p.m. at 4745 N. 7th St. in Phoenix.

If you're interested, e-mail deejay Robin Nash at robin@theedge1039.com with your first and last name, daytime and nighttime phone numbers and age. The station will contact you if you're selected to participate.

 

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