Submit Your Story

Everyone has a unique story to tell. Record (You can use your mobile device) up to three minutes of your telling us a story about, well...what’s happened to you or in your community that hasn’t or doesn’t happen anywhere else.

Along with your submission include a few sentences about the story and why it is important to you. Also include a picture of yourself.

Submit Your Sound

You can also send us a particular sound. Tell us about the sound itself, what it is, what it means to you and where you recorded it. Please include a picture of yourself or where the sound was recorded or the person who made the sound.

File formats must be either MP3, WAV or ACC (MP4) up to 10MB or you can enclose a link to Dropbox, Google drive or SoundCloud

Learn how to record with your smartphone:


WBHM staff will consider submissions for Magic City Sounds and have the authority to choose which ideas should be aired.

WBHM staff will have full authority to edit the piece before airing and/or to reject it for broadcast, based on their judgment of what is in the best interest of the station.

Please do not call about regarding the receipt or status of your submission. If selected you will be contacted by telephone and/or e-mail.

Submission Form

By uploading my story/sound, I understand that I own my recording, but I give WBHM permission to broadcast the recording on WBHM, or social media in conjunction with their Magic City Sounds project.

The piece, or portion of it, may be part of a program or presentation having to do with Magic City Sounds and in turn may also be made available for podcast/download.

By selecting the "I Accept" button, you are signing this Agreement electronically. You agree your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual signature on this Agreement. By selecting "I Accept" you consent to be legally bound by this Agreement's terms and conditions. I acknowledge that I have read and agree and accept the terms and conditions

Please note, WBHM will not offer compensation for any produced segments.