We Know You Value WNYC—Tell Us Why
Become a part of WNYC’s My Source Project and show your support for public broadcasting.
WNYC is part of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s “My Source” public awareness initiative, which aims to celebrate and reaffirm the essential role of public broadcasting in our society. And we need your help. We hope to enlist you, our listeners, to share your stories and experiences about what makes you value WNYC and how the station connects you to our community and our world.
Hear these listeners’ stories about what WNYC's programming means to them. And add your own in the comments section below.
Liz O., Brooklyn
I wake up in the morning to Brian Lehrer. It’s fascinating to learn what other people in your city are thinking and feeling. WNYC is my source for news, culture and cool insights into the people living in my city. It’s my morning drug.
Emily J., Brooklyn
[Brian Lehrer and Leonard Lopate] bring issues into new light in ways I never would have thought of. WNYC is my source for local news, arts coverage—and conversation!
Conrad K., Brooklyn
The election information is not just shallow numbers. They delve into stories for the reasons why what happened happened. WNYC is my source for news and information you can go to the bank with.
Raymond M., Brooklyn
WNYC provides relevant, in-depth, topical information. It’s just not sound bites. I get substance out of the programming. WNYC is my source for intellectual development and appreciation.
Marc F., Manhattan (And Friends)
Part of what I look for from public radio is to hear different sides of the story. WNYC is my source for balanced news and information. It’s like a member of my family.
If you would like to be interviewed for a possible radio spot for WNYC, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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