There, so now everybody has heard of these two stations, so we can move on and never mention it again.

Brad Pitt gets bounty on his head
CALGARY – A pair of Edmonton radio stations have put a bounty on Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Sister radio stations K-Rock and 96X have offered $10,000 if Pitt will come alone to one of their stations, an additional $10,000 if he’s accompanied by Jolie and $50,000 if Jennifer Aniston arrives as well.
In the unlikely event any of the superstars actually appear, the money will be donated to the charity of their choice.
The stunt has angered the Edmonton acting community and the Edmonton chapter of ACTRA has insisted the station stop the promotion. The production moves to Edmonton for three weeks on Sept. 5.
Rumours abound that Newcap Radio management, owners of K-Rock and 96X, have received a cease-and-desist order from Warner Bros., the company releasing The Assassination of Jesse James.
Rob Mise, operations manager for Newcap Radio, says he hasn’t received a cease-and-desist order, but adds “we won’t be surprised when it arrives. We have our legal department on standby.”
Mise insists his stations aren’t doing anything illegal.
“This was always meant as a way to raise money for charity. It’s an old radio stunt that has traditionally brought stars to radio and TV stations.”
Calgary stations Vibe and CJAY92 have a low-key version of the Edmonton promotion.
Morning man Jerry Forbes says he’s offered to “send $5,000 to Angelina’s international children’s charity if Brad will just phone in and say hello to our listeners. We have had word from people close to Brad that this could possibly happen.”
Chad Martin of Vibe 98.5’s Poghouse morning show says his station is also willing to donate cash if Pitt calls.
“We’re not getting people saying they will try to get Brad to do this,” says Martin. “What we’re getting are hundreds of e-mails from listeners telling us where they’ve sighted Brad.”