Tell Us Why WNCW Is Important To You

Tell your story of how you started listening to WNCW and why y0u keep on tuning into the station.  Are you a long-time listener or a new listener? 

Let us know why WNCW is important to you.  Email Stephanie at stephanie@wncw.org .

Tell Us Why You Tune In

Feb 21, 2014
WNCW on the radio dial
Photo Courtesy of Stephanie Webb

How long have you listened to WNCW?  Are you new to the station or have you been listening for years?  We want you to tell us why you keep your radio dial tuned to WNCW. 

E-mail Stephanie Webb at stephanie@wncw.org and share your story. Include a photo if you would like it included with your story!

Jonathan Putman
Photo Courtesy of Jonathan Putman

I grew up in Spartanburg so Appalachia is in my blood. I first discovered WNCW while going to school in Clemson. I just found it by chance while flipping through stations. I've been in love ever since. I really can’t listen to any other radio station. Only WNCW understands my musical needs. In 2006 I moved to Seattle where I got an office job, and while I despise sitting behind a desk, on the bright side I am able to listen to you guys every day. Specifically, I make sure I catch Roland from noon to 3pm west coast time (3-6 EST).

When I moved to Morganton, NC, in May 1993, I had never heard of Public Radio. My uncle turned on Car Talk the first Saturday I was there and said, "these guys are great"!  Before long, I was playing it at work and the folks would always comment on, "what's Edward playing on NPR now?". But, nearly everyday they would find something they liked or were at least amused by. I bought a FM only Walkman and was soon waking up with Wanda Lu and the ARC crowd every weekday morning during my morning dog walk. Of course, I became a contributor and even got a couple of those chain sawed bears!

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