“What is it in the world? »Beginnings

Listeners to WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning are invited to try and guess “What in the World is This” in a new segment that debuts on the show.

The Keeler show airs weekdays from 6:00 am to 9:00 am on WIBX950am and is broadcast simultaneously on TV on WFXV 33. The show can also be streamed through our app. Listeners are invited to reply to this message via our app’s messaging system.

To download the app, visit: https://wibx950.com/app/

Listeners who cannot download the app can send a postcard with their contact name, phone number and address To:

“What’s in the world” c / o Keeler

9418 River Road

Marcy, New York 13403

Winners will be chosen at random from those who participate in the app, appeals and mailings. No price is guaranteed and WIBX and Townsquare Media are not responsible for misdirected or unreceived mail.

When prompted, listeners should respond through the app with the response to “What’s this in the world?” With reference to the photos below.

[Note: If you can guess what is pictured then message Keeler in the app as soon as you do.  If you do not know by the time you see the final photo message us anyway with your best guess.  We are looking forward to hearing your guesses!]

Good luck!

WIBX First News with Keeler “What’s in the world?

WIBX First News with Keeler “What’s in the world?

We will reveal the answer to you during the broadcast.

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