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    • Coolest Kid in WLBCland - April 2016

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EDUCATOR OF THE MONTH

Each month, 104.1 WLBC and Purdue Polytechnic Institute will choose an extraordinary educator focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics to become 2015 Educator of the Month!
 

BSU'S DIFFERENCE MAKER OF THE MONTH

Each month a Difference Maker will be chosen by Ball State Federal Credit Union and presented an award in recognition and appreciation of their overall excellence as an employee at Ball State University.  Click here to see this month's Difference Maker and to nominate your own!

MUSIC NEWS

  • The Weeknd hints at new music with Daft Punk

    Recording artist The WeekndR&B sensation The Weeknd released a snippet of music on Wednesday after hinting at a collaboration with reclusive French electronic duo Daft Punk. The Canadian singer, who a year ago burst into the mainstream with his Grammy-nominated album "The Beauty Behind the Madness," uploaded what appeared to be new music onto Instagram without further visuals or commentary. The track is driven by The Weeknd's distinctively wide-ranging R&B-tinged voice but with a light electronic accompaniment.


  • Elton John, Britney Spears join Apple Music Festival lineup

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elton John, Britney Spears, Alicia Keys and Calvin Harris are among the performers at this year's Apple Music Festival.

  • Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left Behind

    Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left BehindYesterday reports surfaced about Universal Music Group possibly banning streaming exclusives entirely, but a new report by BuzzFeed’s Reggie Ugwu has revealed a more nuanced approach. An anonymous source close to the label confirmed Universal Music Group’s stance against giving extended exclusives to individual streaming platforms, but also cautioned that it doesn’t amount to a “blanket ban” against such agreements entirely. Indeed, Universal Music Group may be forced to make some difficult decisions in the future, should artists who are not entirely under its purview — such as Taylor Swift, who’s signed to independent partner Big Machine Records, and Cash Money’s Drake — continue to make agreements with the likes of Apple Music and cut UMG out almost entirely.


  • Reward your ears: 5 gadgets to liven up your music

    This Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, photo shows the Electrohome Archer Briefcase portable turntable, in Decatur, Ga. The unit has built-in speakers and a headphone jack if the user wants to listen in private. A USB port on the front lets the listener play music from a flash drive with song files. (AP Photo/ Ron Harris)ATLANTA (AP) — Open your ears. What do you hear?