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K95.5'S $95,000 SECRET SOUND CONTEST

Listen to K95.5 beginning Tuesday, May 29thth for your chance to win $95,000!

KWEN will play the “Secret Sound” recording at approximately 7am, 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm each weekday. 

When you hear the “Secret Sound,” be the tenth (10th) caller to 918-460-9595 to make a guess at the “Secret Sound.” 

If you can correctly guess the "Secret Sound," you win $1,000 and you’re in the running to play for the $95,000 Grand Prize. If you can't guess the sound, don't worry you will receive a consolation prize just for trying, and your name goes in the hat for a chance to play for the $95,000 Grand Prize, too. 

Keep in mind: 

  • You only get one guess per day - so make it count! 
  • If you call in and are caller number ten (10), and guess incorrectly, you must wait until the next business day to guess again. 

We will air the same sound, until it is correctly identified. 

Be sure to check our website and Facebook.com/K95Tulsa because we just might post a few clues to help you identity the “Secret Sound” on the air. 

For a complete contest rules click HERE

Good Luck from K95.5! 

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Begins May 29th, 2018 and ends on June 21st, 2018 or when all Secret Sounds have been correctly identified, whichever comes first. Contest is open to legal residents in of Oklahoma 18 years or older. Odds of winning will vary. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. For drawing schedule, prize details and other terms, click HERE for official contest rules.

 

Zip Line at Postoak Lodge with K95.5’s Cash and Bradley! (contest ends 5/21/18)

K95.5 has your chance to win a zip line canopy tour for you and three (3) with Cash and Bradley at the Postoak Lodge on May 26th!

To enter, just text ZIP to 95920, and you’re entered to win!

Good Luck from K95.5 and Postoak Lodge!

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. TEXT AND DATA RATES APPLY. Begins April 30th, 2018 and ends May 21st, 2018 at 12noon. Contest is open to legal residents in KWEN's listening area 18 years or older. Odds of winning will vary. Only 3 attempts will be made to contact potential winners. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. For drawing schedule, prize details and other terms, click HERE for official contest rules.

Dangerous content lurking on musical app popular with kids

A cheery, popular music app geared toward children and teens appears to have a dark side, KTVB reported.

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Parents are being warned to pay attention to the app Musical.ly, which has more than 200 million users. The app, which can be used on cellphones, is designed to create and share videos of lip-syncing, which seems harmless enough. However, if certain words are typed into the app, disturbing and inappropriate videos could appear, KTVB reported.

Reports of videos that showed children stripping and flashing the camera have surfaced, along with other users “liking” the actions to egg on the participants. Code words are constantly changing in order to skirt the app’s moderators, KTVB reported.

Videos featuring anorexia, suicide and self-harm also have surfaced when certain words are typed into the app, KTVB reported.

David Gomez, a school resource officer in Meridian, Idaho, who teaches an internet safety class, said it's vitally important that parents not only know what their kids are doing online, but to also tell their kids they are watching.

"As a parent, if you show your kid that you are checking on them and that you do care and that you're going to be watching out for their best interest, a lot of times that will help shape their decisions when you're not around," Gomez told KTVB.

Parents can use parental controls to block the Musical.ly app altogether, the station reported.

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