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“Add to Calendar” – add a particular airing to your own calendar of choice: Outlook, iCalendar, Google, etc. If you access your calendar on your phone then this way it will also show up on your phone notifications screen. “Email Reminder” – just give us your email address, and we’ll send you a brief message the day before the broadcast reminding you to tune in.
Please note that we do not offer radio reminders at this time.
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