Public Service Announcements
WSOE 89.3 FM is a noncommercial radio station serving the Elon University campus and Elon-Burlington community. WSOE provides free on-air Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to campus organizations, community non-profits, and governmental agencies.
PSAs are accepted for both general informational announcements and for one-time or short-run events. Event PSAs should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event.
WSOE will consider each request on a case-by-case basis and reserves the right to select, edit, and terminate any announcements at any time, for any reason. Organizations requesting a specific broadcasting schedule should consider supporting WSOE by purchasing an underwriting package through our promotions department.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PSAs that share non-partisan political information may be accepted, but any endorsements of specific politicians or political parties will not.
Events organized by religious groups for the purpose of promoting their beliefs will not be accepted.
Event or services of non-profit organizations only. No commercial or other for-profit organizations will be accepted.
Please read over the following guidelines before submitting your script.
Scripts should be 90 words or less.
All scripts should end with “This announcement is a public service of WSOE 89.3”
The requesting organization MUST be non-profit.
Information or events should have obvious appeal and value to the Elon University and/or the Elon-Burlington community.
Please provide pronunciation (pro-NUN-see-A-shun) for any difficult words or names.
PSA scripts should not contain any of the following:
Qualitative or comparative language. Descriptions of products, services and other information must be value-neutral.
Price information. This includes specific references to price and discount information. Mentioning something is free is also providing price information. Examples of prohibited language include discounted student tickets and free entry.
Calls to action. Examples of prohibited language include “visit the website,” “sign up online” and “call.” We suggest “More information is available at …” instead.
First-person and second-person language, including words like “you” and “our.”
The Gender & LGBTQIA Center is hosting their annual Spring Pride Fest at Medallion Plaza on Saturday, April 27th at 2pm. The event features games, snacks, and educational resources from the Gender & LGBTQIA Center, an organization dedicated to creating an inclusive campus community through support, advocacy, and education around gender and LGBTQIA identities. Event information at Elon dot E-D-U slash G-L-C. This announcement is a public service of WSOE 89.3. Whether the trip is to our local rivers, trails, or climbing areas, Elon Outdoors invites outdoor enthusiasts of all skill levels to participate in adventure-based learning opportunities. The program offers a wide range of outdoor pursuits providing a diversity of experiences for students. Elon Outdoors aims to foster the development of leadership skills and outdoor ethics in student leaders and participants. Information and trip registration available on the RecWell website. This announcement is a public service of WSOE 89.3. Elon Arts Council is a nonprofit organization serving the Elon-Burlington area since 1989. Elon Arts provides facilities, advocacy, promotion, and funding for arts programming and education. Located on North Williamson Avenue in downtown Elon. Information on upcoming events and programs at Elon Arts Council dot com. This announcement is a public service of WSOE 89.3.