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The Core 94! has been in business since 2015 and we have completely shocked the world with internet radio. Our guests are some of the biggest names in the industry but we are still here to help train and motivate radio virgins.

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5 Steps To Radio Show Ownership
1 - Pay Show Deposit
2 - Attend Host Training Session
3 - Select show time and start date
4 - Pay monthly station dues ($150 or $200)
5 - Air your 1st Radio Show

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Do I need experience? No, we train all of our radio hosts on how to use the studio equipment and produce their show.

What equipment do I need? We provide all of the broadcast equipment. You just need a laptop, phone or tablet that can connect to an AUX cord to play music.

Will someone be in the station while my show airs? No, after you are comfortable working the equipment you will have full ownership of the facility during your scheduled broadcasting time.

Do I have to be a Houston resident to have a show on The Core 94!? No, we have show owners all over the country but you will need to be in the Houston area to broadcast live. Remote shows will need to prerecord.

What can my show about? You have 100% ownership of your show's content, guests and music. We just ask for consistency.

Do I keep sponsorship revenue?  As a radio show owner you keep 100% of your shows sponsorship, promotion and commercial income. There are no charges outside of your monthly dues.

How soon can I start? Once you have paid your deposit and completed broadcasting training, you can start as soon as you would like.

When are monthly dues due? Your first month of dues may be prorated based on your selected start date. After that, dues are due on the 1st of the month. After the 3rd a late charge will be applied.

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