Most Active Stories
- A cappella vocal ensemble, the King's Singers
- Wyoming fires Football Coach Dave Christensen
- Tribes still waiting for answer from EPA on air quality monitoring
- State takeover of uranium mining regulation would cost at least $4.5 million
- King's Singers to perform live Dec. 5 @ 11 am on Wyoming Public Radio
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I contact WPR?
Wyoming Public Radio
Dept. 3984, 1000 E. University Ave
Laramie, WY 82071
307-766-4240 or 800-729-5897 (toll free within Wyoming)
How do I find out what's on WPR?
You can find information on our programs online on our Program Guide.
How do I contact NPR? (National Public Radio)
NPR 635 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 513-3232 or (202)513-3329 (FAX)
How do I become a member of WPR?
Visit our Pledge page online or contact Erin O'Doherty,
How can I ensure the future of WPR?
Visit WPR's Planned Giving Page to learn how you can help support and ensure the future of Wyoming Public Radio through such avenues as Wills and Bequests, Charitable Lead Trusts, Deferred Charitable Gift Annuities and more.
How do I find information on a local underwriter?
Most of our underwriters are listed as a Business Partner.
I want to get a transcript or CD of a particular program; where do I find it?
You can find audio and playlists produced from Wyoming Public Radio at www.wyomingpublicradio.net and click on the program from which it was produced. You can also contact WPR at (307) 766-4240 or 800-729-5897 (toll free within Wyoming).
For national programs, try the Web site for the program (see information above on how to locate NPR's Website).
Where do I send a press releases?
Our News department accepts press releases via email, via fax or online.
Fax: (307) 766-6184
I haven't received my member guide/pledge premium; how do I contact WPR Membership?
Phone: (307) 766-6874 or 800-729-5897 (toll free in Wyoming)
Email: Shaun Wilhelm
How do I submit a Public Service Announcement (PSA)?
You may submit Public Service Announcements via fax (307-766-6184), email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or through our events calendar.
How can I tell what song is playing right now?
Visit our playlist for Morning Music, with Grady Kirkpatrick, and Ranch Breakfast, with Tom Wilhelm
If you are looking for music you heard on Classical Wyoming between 6am and 7pm click here and follow the instructions provided. (*note* This search engine uses Central Time. In Wyoming you will need to subtract one hour; i.e. a piece of music heard at 9:15am will be found in the 8am hour.)