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Opportunity for Your Own Radio Program

Evanov Radio Group, operator of 13 radio stations across the country is looking for personnel to host and produce programs directed to our rich and vibrant multicultural community, in a number of languages currently not being heard in our local particular area.

We are looking for experienced ethnic broadcasters in this field or individuals who would like to start a new program that is directed to a specific cultural community in a language other than English.

All interested parties should send a request in writing along with your contact information to and indicate the community you wish to serve, the length of the program and the type of program you wish to conduct. We will respond to every inquiry.

AM 1380 News & Sports

AM 1380 News

AM 1380 Sports

N-H-L - Montreal edged Tampa Bay 4-3 for a four-game series sweep. Carey Price made 20 saves in the win.

Other N-H-L playoff action, Patrick Marleau scored in overtime as San Jose edged the L-A Kings 4-3, giving the Sharks a commanding 3-0 series lead.

The Bruins are up 2-1 in their series over Detroit after blanking the Red Wings 3-0.

New York Rangers beat the Flyers 4-1 for a 2-1 series edge.

O-H-L Best of seven semi-final playoffs - Last night in Erie, the Otters stayed alive by dropped Guelph Storm 5-to-2. With a 3-1 series lead, the Storm return home Friday night trying to finish it.

N-B-A - DeMar DeRozan (duh-MAR' duh-ROZE-un) scored 30 points as Toronto Raptors edged Brooklyn 100-95 to even its first-round playoff set at a game apiece.

Toronto Blue Jays started their six-game homestand the right way, hitting three home runs to power past the Orioles 9-3. Edwin Encarnacion (ehn-kahr-nah-see-OHN') tied the game with his first homer of the year in the sixth inning, Brett Lawrie broke the tie
with his three-run blast in the eighth, and Melky Cabrera added three more insurance runs with another home run four batters later.


Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone says he had a cancerous mole removed following a recent doctor's visit.   Marrone revealed he had cancer through a statement released by the team late Tuesday night. Marrone said the only follow-up requirement is to have his moles checked every three months. He doesn't see it interfering with his ability to coach this upcoming season.

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