Here is where you will find descriptions of our show’s segments and on-going giveaway information. 

Flotsam and Jetsam

Webster’s Dictionary defines flotsam as “wreckage or cargo that remains afloat after a ship has sunk.” In the music world, hit songs would be considered flotsam; songs that stay afloat on the charts. Jetsam of course are the songs that never made it to the charts. Every weekday morning at 8:15 join Janet as we explore the hits and hte songs that never made it from some of our favorite artists on Flotsam and Jetsam. Brought to you by Strehl's Family Shoes and Repair, Wykoffs Plumbing,Sequoia Personnel Services and Dark Staffing Solutions.

The Artist of the Day

Want to hear some deeper cuts from your favorite artists? Every weekday from 11:00 to 11:30 AM, tune in to The Artist of the Day for a daily showcase of the range and sometimes peculiar sides of the artists we all know and love. Weekdays at noon, we dedicate a half hour to one of our Point artists – finding live recordings and sometimes rare treats. Hear songs you’ve never heard, or songs that you haven’t heard on the radio for years – or ever! We are always open for artist suggestions from you (in fact, we prefer it) so give us a call or shoot us an email with an Artist of the Day suggestion – and feel free to offer up some track suggestions while you’re at it. Brought to you by:R&B Auto in Blue Lake, A&L Feed, Arcata Pro Floor, CASA of Humboldt and Archaeological Research and Supply.

Got You Covered

 Every weekday at High Noon, Carole Ann will play one of your favorite, very well known tunes, covered by someone else.. The first listener to call in with the correct original artist's name.. Is entered in to win a weekly prize from the Point vault.  It's that easy.. AND their are some great prizes to be had thanks to Rhino Records. So brush up on your rock n roll knowledge.. Weekdays at noon.  Sponsored by: Royal Gold Soils, Tea Lab Soil Builders and Living Styles. 

Twice as Nice Tuesday

Every Tuesday at 9am - we try to shake the exasperation of a Monday with Double shot of your favorite artists for the entire hour.. It seems simple, but it's rather effective.  Twice as Nice Tuesdays are made possible by Murphy's Marketplace

 

Threefer Thursday

Every Thursday at 9am, 1pm and 3pm - top of the hour thriple shot of a selected artist.  3 times the fun to bring us one step closer to the weekend.. Threefer Thursdays are sponsored by Emerald Employment. 

 

The Top Ten at 10

The Top Ten At Ten is a listener driven teacup ride. Every week Carole Ann chooses a topic and beats her listeners into submitting songs of that theme throughout the week. She makes all of her music savvy co-workers do the work for her, by making them vote on which songs make it to the Top Ten At Ten. Then on Friday morning at 10:00am, (like the title suggests) she spins your top ten requests fitting the weekly theme.  The Top Ten is sponsored by : Watson Well Service, Humboldt Beer Works, and The Humboldt Corner. 

 

The 420 Moment

A chance to recharge from the afternoon lull.  Good music for your mind and soul.  Made possible by: Heart of the Emerald, Dr. Greenthumb's Humboldt Dispensary and Root 101 Nursery in Rio Dell and Garberville. 

 

Live at Five

Good live music as you are out the door and done with your work day.. Live at Five is sponsored by: Northcoast Horticultural Supply, Dark Staffing Solutions, Forbusco Lumber and Hummel Tire and Wheel. 

 

The Last Musical Word

Every weekday at around 5:45pm, check out what Chuck will leave you with.  What song will be left occupying your brain into the evening.. The Last Musical Word could be anything.. That word brought to you by: Structural Therapy in Arcata and Vibes Yoga. 

 

The Happy Half Hour

For those who've already checked-out of the work week and are checking-in to the weekend, the Happy 1/2 Hour is Friday afternoons from 4:30-5:00. You might hear anything from Louie, Louie to Led Zeppelin. Requests taken all day for the music that launches the weekend. Sponsored by Eel River Brewery and The Humboldt Corner.

 

Contest Rules

Except as otherwise specified, KWPT contests are open to all KWPT listeners. Employees of KWPT, affiliates and their immediate families are not eligible to win. Contests that are restricted to persons 21 and over will be specified on-air or in official contest rules for that particular contest

KWPT contest winners can win once every 14 days for all regular contests where the prize is valued at less than $500. Winners may win only one time per year (365 days) for contests with prizes valued at or over $500. No Purchase Necessary.

Winners must provide their social security number for prizes valued over $600. Winner is responsible for all taxes or fees associated with winning the prize, including but not limited to federal and state income tax, and state sales tax. 

KWPT reserves the right at any time to award the prize to another eligible winner drawn at random in the event the prize, for any reason, cannot be utilized by the original winner or in the event the original winner does not meet eligibility requirements. 

KWPT is not responsible for any mechanical telephone error, failure or omission; or lost or misdirected mail or faxes, or neglect on the part of the U.S. Postal Service, or e-mail service disruption. 

KWPT and its parent company assume no responsibility or liability for damages, loss or injury resulting from, participating in, acceptance, or use of the prize. 

All entrants agree to release the use of their name and city of residence as well as the broadcast transmission of information pertaining to their entry, or prize-winning conversations, without additional consideration.  Entrants also use to allow KWPT to use their address, phone and email information for station promotional use.

All decisions of station management with regard to the awarding of the prizes, the selection of the winners and the interpretation of these rules shall be final.. Each contestant, by virtue of entering the contest, agrees to accept the decision of the station as final.

ALL contests on KWPT are void where prohibited. If any contest on KWPT is found to violate State, County, or Federal Law, or any rule of the Federal Communications Commission, the contest shall be declared invalid and shall end at the moment of discovery. KWPT is not responsible for any monetary or other compensation to any party involved in or any contestant of any contest that is declared invalid by violation of any law of federal rule. In the case of Internet listening, some of these rules may be void where prohibited

KWPT reserves the right in its sole discretion to modify the contest rules and dates at any time for any reason.  Material modifications shall be announced on-air, when practical.  

 

If due to circumstances beyond the control of Station, any event associated with this contest or the prize is delayed, rescheduled, postponed or cancelled, Station reserves the right, but not the obligation, to cancel or modify the contest and shall not be required to award a substitute prize. Any violation of these rules will result in disqualification.