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12:45 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Wyoming Public Media Is Looking For A Director of Engineering And Technology

Wyoming Public Media is opening the position of Director of Engineering and Technology.  Shane Toven, long-time Director of Engineering at WPM, has taken a new position as Editor of Radio Magazine.  He will remain with WPM in a part-time capacity.

This position offers a rare opportunity to work with a state network and travel throughout Wyoming, one of the most beautiful states in the union.  The network is financially strong, and recently received a $1 million state appropriation for infrastructure upgrades.  

Job Title: Coordinator, Radio Engineering

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Behind the Scenes
3:12 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

Experiencing Carl Kasell's Last Show On Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!

Tara and Carl take a selfie after his last show
Tara Kuipers

Wyoming Public Media supporter and listener Tara Kuipers happened to be in Washington D.C. this week. She was one of the lucky few who attended Carl Kassell's last Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me! show on May 15. Read all about her once in a lifetime experience:

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News
12:49 pm
Wed May 14, 2014

Wyoming Public Media Is Looking For A Morning Edition Host

Wyoming Public Media is looking for an outstanding Morning Edition host to join our award winning news team. 

The successful candidate will be an enterprising journalist and will be committed to hosting and producing Wyoming news coverage on NPR’s Morning Edition.  This includes writing daily newscasts, reporting spot news stories, producing interviews and two ways, and occasional features.  The M.E. host will also contribute to the national award winning news magazine Open Spaces. 

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Behind the Scenes
12:20 pm
Fri January 3, 2014

88.7 FM: Our Newest Frequency

Engineers Reid and Ben on the tower during the early stages of hanging the antenna.
Shane Toven

Construction of the new signal to serve Kaycee and I-25 between Casper and Buffalo is complete.  The new 1,600 watt signal can be heard in many areas where no other WPR service was previously available.  We are already receiving reports from a number of listeners about the new signal. Turn your dial to 88.7 FM if you happen to be traveling in that part of the state, or if you live in or near Kaycee.