I Love Wyoming Public Radio

Thank you for your interest in telling us why you love Wyoming Public Radio. Please call our Google phone number to record your statement: (307)-223-1795  

I Love Wyoming Public Radio is a project raising awareness for Wyoming Public Radio that started September 7, 2014.

In our first few years, we have been hugely successful and taken your comments to heart to keep improving and expanding. We received numerous testimonials and Proclamations, with more still coming!

Be a part of this campaign by considering what you love about WPR and let us know! 

To make your contribution, all it takes is a minute of your time. It's simple; just think what it is you appreciate about WPR and jot it down. You can record your thoughts by calling 307-223-1795 or call our office to schedule an interview with a Wyoming Public Radio staff member!

Most of our testimonials from the past are proudly displayed below where you can read and listen, either to gather inspiration or hear why other listeners value the same service you do! We will continue to make these testimonials available online and on-air as they come in. We will also refer to these testimonials as support material for grants and other instances where strong community engagement is needed to show WPR's value to Wyoming. This is a very important program to WPR. Granting organizations, as well as state and federal entities, want to know that their resources are being spent on a service that people value. This is where you come in. By making the testimonial you show that you value WPR.

Join fellow listeners, community leaders, city and county officials, Wyoming celebrities, and all friends of WPR and provide YOUR testimonial, recorded or written, reflecting the benefits of Wyoming Public Radio to you. We welcome your support!

Schedule a time to come into our studios: (307)-766-4240

Email us: ilovewpr@gmail.com

Phone number to record your testimonial: (307)-223-1795

Please leave your name, where you're from, and tell us your testimonial. In addition, email us at ilovewpr@gmail.com and send us a photo of yourself to accompany your testimonial when we put it on the website.

Advocacy For WPR: Federal Delegation

A-Z Testimonials 

50th Anniversary of Wyoming Public Radio

A selection of testimonials from Wyoming listeners:

Communities across the state also issued official proclamations:

A-Z Proclamations

Peggy Rosentreter - Cheyenne WY

Feb 13, 2015

WPR is one of our strongest bastions of democracy. Those who can afford it, pay; those who can't or won't , don't; but all can listen free & all can benefit from this shared resource.

Betsy Krahenbuhl - Cheyenne WY

Feb 11, 2015
Betsy & Dick Krahenbuhl

Shortly after I first moved to Cheyenne (from New York and Vermont) in 1978 I asked at the local news store if they carried the New York Times; the clerk, admittedly young, asked: "Is that a newspaper?"

Debra Swedberg

Why do I love WPR? Where to begin? The morning without Morning Edition leaves me feeling empty and detached. Just to hear the voices of my friends, David Green, Renee Montaigne, Steve Innskeep, Melanie Edwards and Bob Beck helps me get out of bed! Well, that isn’t completely true – I have a morning version of the “driveway moments”. I will finish listening to a story before I put my feet on the ground. 

Shannon Smith

    

Linda Baker - Pinedale WY

Feb 10, 2015
Linda Baker

    

Katharine Conover

Deb Olson, Owner Of Laramie Travel

Feb 5, 2015
Deb Olson

Bruce Richardson, Lecturer In English For UW In Casper

Feb 5, 2015
Bruce Richardson

Bev Bell

Ann Noble - Cora WY

Feb 5, 2015
Ann Noble

Mary Ellbogen Garland - Laramie WY

Feb 5, 2015
Mary Garland

Diana Denison

Liz Rader - Houston TX

Feb 4, 2015
Liz Rader

My name is Liz Rader, I am a fifth generation Wyomingite from Cheyenne and I currently live in Houston Texas.

Sherry Stewart - Virginia

Feb 3, 2015
Sherry Stewart

I had the opportunity to live in Wyoming for some years, first in Mammoth Hot Springs, and later, in Jackson. While working in the mornings, I got hooked on listening to Morning Music, a wonderful and ecclectic mix of music you just don't hear on any other station. I continued to listen into the afternoon, to Writer's Almanac and BBC News. I found the information provided there to be top quality and not biased or tainted by commercial interests.

I Love WPR Superior Proclamation

Feb 3, 2015
Town of Superior and Wyoming Public Radio

Jennifer Tennican, Independent Filmmaker From Jackson

Feb 2, 2015
Jennifer Tennican

Dick McGinity, University Of Wyoming President

Jan 28, 2015
University of Wyoming

Matt Mead, Governor Of Wyoming

Jan 26, 2015
governor.wyo.gov

Max Funk - Ten Sleep WY

Jan 26, 2015
Anna Rader

Lindi Kirkbride - Meriden WY

Jan 23, 2015
Anna Rader

Marguerite Herman - Cheyenne WY

Jan 23, 2015
Marguerite Herman

Nate Breen - Cheyenne WY

Jan 23, 2015
Anna Rader

Rita Meyer

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services

I Love WPR Pavillion Proclamation

Jan 23, 2015
City of Pavillion and Wyoming Public Media

Anna Rader

Laramie resident, Gary Negich, wrote a song about his love for Wyoming Public Radio. He played it live for us in our studio back in December.

Hank Coe, Wyoming Legislative Senator

Jan 6, 2015

Good relationship with Bob Beck covering the legislature.

Hank Coe

Mike Massie, Longtime Wyoming Resident

Jan 5, 2015
University of Wyoming

University of Wyoming

Diana Denison

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