Commentary by Patrick Stout (Reprinted with Permission of the Author) Unpaid Workers staff WTND Radio As low power community radio WTND celebrated its 15th Anniversary Saturday, it became evident that a number of Macomb residents are serving the station as unpaid staff to free up donations to pay for music programming and monthly operational bills. Some volunteers include music show host Sam Parker, local interview host and community events recorder Mike Selders, and writer and…"McDonough County Voice January 19, 2018 Commentary"
Here are some photos of the 2016 WTND Music Fundraiser WTND 2016 Photo Gallery"WTND 2016 Fundraiser"
Pictures Coming Soon!"Pictures of WTND’s 2015 Fundraiser"
The current edition of Parker’s Platters runs on WQNA at 1 PM on Thursday Afternoons. If you miss hearing it on WTND at 7 PM on Wednesdays, you now have a second chance to hear it. Go to WQNA.ORG click on the listen link to hear their station. – Darryl"Parker’s Platters Program Repeat on WQNA Springfield"
Lisa Allyn took these photos of the WTND Fundraiser on Saturday, Aug 23, 2014 WTND 2014 Fundraiser at the Western Illinois Arts Center (On Flikr)"Pictures of WTND’s 2014 Fundraiser"
These pictures were taken during a recording of Parker’s Platters recently."Parker’s Platters recording"
WTND was recently at the Loft in Downtown Macomb"WTND At the Loft"
Lisa Allyn took these Photos of the WTND Fundraiser on Friday, Aug 16 WTND 2013 Fundraiser at the Western Illinois Arts Center (On Flikr)"Pictures of WTND’s 2013 Fundraiser"
Eight Macomb musical groups will present Musicians of Macomb, a unique, live musical event, from 5 till 9 p.m. on Friday, August 16 at the West Central Illinois Arts Center, 25 East Side Square. The event is a fundraiser for the community station WTND-FM at 106.3 on the radio dial. It also includes a silent auction and raffle, a 50/50 raffle, and light refreshments. Admission is free and open to the public. Donations will be…"Musicians of Macomb Fundraiser – August 16 2013"
Dan Needham commissioned and donated a Donations Box made by Bill Damico for our fund-raising efforts. It is made to look like a Cathedral radio from the 1930s era!"Radio Bank"