To Our Listeners:
We have hired a veteran audio engineer to create an upgrade plan for WPVM’s broadcast studio, which will greatly improve our ability to operate the station and reduce programming glitches. This upgrade will be done in phases over the next 30 days.
Meanwhile, we are pleased to announce the addition of “The People’s Pharmacy” to our programming line-up. This popular alternative healing show is produced in Chapel Hill and heard on more than 100 public and community radio stations nationwide. Its broadcast day and time on WPVM will be announced following the first-phase of our studio upgrade in April.
We have long wanted an alternative healing program on WPVM, and we’re delighted to secure a program of the caliber of The People’s Pharmacy. We also know that our community has a wealth of alternative healing talent, and we would welcome proposals for locally-produced programs in this important field. Proposals and queries may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, we are seeking to hire a part-time, interim station manager while we conduct a national search for a new, full-time position of Community Radio/New Media Manager.
We appreciate your patience during this time of transition. WPVM exists for our listeners and is a critical part of MAIN’s media reform strategic vision. Since its founding in 1995, MAIN has continued to be in the forefront of the growing media reform movement. We greatly appreciate your support for this important pioneering work.