Win tickets to Celebrity Housewives

Win tickets to Celebrity Housewives

Listen to Danny Lyons to win a pair of tickets to Celebrity Housewives at the Ridgefield Playhouse Wednesday, May 18.

Contest Line: 800-WEBE-108

The OG’s of the OC, NJ and NY are back- LIVE on the stage of the Ridgefield Playhouse! Now’s your chance to get up close and personal with the original Housewives from the franchises that started it all – Jill Zarin (RHONY Season 1), Caroline Manzo (RHONJ Season 1) and Vicki Gunvalson (RHOOC Season 1). These ladies will take you back to where it all started and give all the behind-the-scenes dirt on your favorite reality TV shows! Get ready to “Whoop it up”- Grab a cocktail (or two) and have your own questions ready, as Broadway actor/producer/director Daniel C. Levine gets them to spill the tea on their costars. Limited V.I.P. Meet & Greet opportunities available. You don’t want to miss this outrageous, courageous, sometimes bawdy, but always honest evening with these fabulous Reality TV stars!

Win tickets to Sting: My Songs

Win tickets to Sting: My Songs

Listen to Allan Lamberti all this week at 5pm to win tickets to Sting: My Songs at the Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater in Bridgeport Friday, September 9. 

Contest Line: 800-WEBE-108

Tickets on-sale Friday at

Win tickets to Straight No Chaser

Win tickets to Straight No Chaser

Listen to Storm N. Norman all this week to play the WEBE108 Bigelow Tea Five Question Quiz just before 8am! Get all the answers right and win the cash! Just for getting picked to play you’ll win a pair of tickets to Straight No Chaser at The Capitol Theater in Port Chester Wednesday, September 21.

Contest Line: 800-WEBE-108

Supported by Bigelow Tea

WEBE Wellness: Eat This 3x A Day To Help Your Heart

WEBE Wellness: Eat This 3x A Day To Help Your Heart

In the U.S., one out of every four deaths are caused by heart disease. Staying active and getting exercise will help against risk for cardiovascular disease, but there are some diet tricks that can help – including eating one type of food three times a day.

Whole grains.

A new study over the last 18 years has shown that three servings of whole grains per day lowered hypertension, blood pressure, bad cholesterol, and weight gain.

The research showed how whole grains give us more vital nutrients – refined grains, as found in white bread, removes the vitamins, and leaves just starch. Plus, the fiber in whole grains makes us feel full longer, preventing overeating.

So, if you’re looking to replace refined grains for whole grains, it’s an easy substitution. One serving of whole grains can be anything from a slice of bread, a half cup of oat cereal, or a half cup of brown rice. And small changes in your diet now will make a huge difference over time.

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Digital Marketing Specialist – FT

Discover Your Talent.

Come work for us!  We have an immediate opening for a Digital Marketing Specialist, with a primary focus selling our digital products and services.  Ideal candidate has strong communication, presentation, and time-management skills, is outgoing and gregarious, and can sell to anyone!  You will be dedicated to building and maintaining strong client relationships and representing both Connoisseur and our digital arm, Ferocious Media, in the marketplace.  To be successful in this role, you must be highly-motivated, goal-oriented, and initiate conversations to generate and drive sales for our Connecticut cluster that includes: 99.1 PLR (WPLR), STAR 99.9 (WEZN), 95.9 The Fox (WFOX), WEBE108, 94.3WYBC and WICC600 and our digital company, Ferocious Media.  We offer a fun, casual working environment with a great culture!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Excellent cold-calling and networking capabilities to secure appointments.  
  • Conducts/attends daily virtual or in-person meetings with prospects assessing client needs and presenting digital offerings.
  • Proven ability to identify new digital opportunities primarily through the tri-state area and country – prospecting leads and present/close appropriate digital marketing solutions to potential clients.
  • Participate in regular training on various digital platforms/products; ability to learn and understand new trends.
  • Accountable for achieving and exceeding sales objectives selling our diversified digital solutions – websites, SEO, SEM, programmatic/branding & awareness, and social media marketing.
  • Collaborate with internal digital marketing and content teams to maintain account list.

Desired Skills:

  • Digital or marketing experience with strong digital and social media skills.
  • Experience in a client facing/customer service role; excels in providing excellent customer service.
  • Outgoing personality with ability to cultivate and maintain positive relationships with client and colleagues.

What We Offer.

We offer a competitive salary + commissions, laptop, and a full platform of benefits including paid time off, healthcare benefits, retirement savings, and employee assistance plan. We have a great high-energy work environment and hybrid/remote is possible. We are very community minded, and our employees love to get involved in our events!

Send your resume to Shannon.Begley@connoisseurct.comPlease note that we are only hiring fully vaccinated employees unless you qualify for an exemption.

Connoisseur Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard any other characteristic protected by law.

Things to Know: May 13th

Things to Know: May 13th

A blood moon total lunar eclipse will be visible in CT. Here’s when to watch CT Post

Michael Bolton to be honored at Darien luncheon for domestic violence awareness CT Post

Paris Hilton, among celebrities in Greenwich producer’s doc on ADHD CT Post

New Stony Creek beer benefits Save The Sound CT Post

Pet of the Week: Pogo! WTNH

8 Things To Do This Weekend WTNH

$5 million Durham farm among unique Conn. homes for sale WTNH

Milford’s mosquito control program kicks off today WFSB

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WEBE Wellness: Eating Healthier When Dining Out

WEBE Wellness: Eating Healthier When Dining Out

As the weather gets better and outdoor dining happens more often, it’s important to remember that going out to eat comes with unintended consequences – primarily, trying to eat healthy.

But there are some easy tips to keep in mind when sitting down at a restaurant if you want to keep up your healthy lifestyle:

• Keep track of calories – they can really add up – you may not think that a burger, fries and soda is just one meal, but it could be over 1,000 calories, about half of the recommended total! Consider a lower calorie meal, or only have half and save the rest for later.

• You can also make the same meal more nutritious depending on the way it’s prepared. Instead of fried or crispy, consider having the meat grilled, steamed, or baked.

• If you do order a sandwich, the carbs in bread can really add up fast – you might be able to get it bread-less entirely or on a lettuce wrap.

• When it comes to sides, fries and chips are fun, but consider a healthier choice like a salad or fruit.

• And when that salad does arrive, ask for any dressings on the side, so you can control your own portions and decide how much you really need. You might even prefer less!

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Things to Know: May 12th

Things to Know: May 12th

25+ things to do this weekend in Connecticut, May 13 – 15 CT Post

3 ‘Real Housewives’ are bringing ‘OG’ energy to the Ridgefield Playhouse stage CT Post

Jazz music adds to ambiance at CT restaurants CT Post

Somos Arepas offers ‘something different’: Venezuelan fast-casual fare CT Post

The Smashing Pumpkins, Jane’s Addiction team up for Mohegan Sun concert CT Post

‘Baby Shark Live’ leads kids shows at Stamford’s Palace Theatre CT Post

New exhibit marries science and art to celebrate quantum physics CT Post

Woman living in CT climbs Everest for 10th time WTNH

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