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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I contact WPM?
Contact Us Here
How do I find out what's on WPM?
You can find information on our programs online on our Program Guide.
How do I contact National Public Radio (NPR)?
NPR 635 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 513-3232 or (202)513-3329 (FAX)
Website Address: www.npr.org
How can I ensure the future of WPM?
Visit WPM'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.
I want to get a transcript or CD of a particular program; where do I find it?
Contact WPM at (307) 766-4240 or 800-729-5897 (toll free within Wyoming).
For national programs, try the website 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 WPM Membership?
Phone: (307) 766-6874 or 800-729-5897 (toll free in Wyoming)
Email: Erin O'Doherty
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