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One of the things I like about my job is talking to listeners on the phone. WWUH is one of the few stations where the station manager might actually pick up the phone when you call!
I have taken the liberty of listing some of the most common questions and their answers below.

How can I hear WWUH on the Internet?
WWUH offers both RealAudio and Windows Media streams on our web site at wwuh.org. Many listeners find listening to WWUH via the web at work is easier than listening to the radio and of course many people beyond the range of our signal listen to the webcasts since it’s the only way they can hear our unique programming. It’s easy, and we have instructions on how to do it on our home page. If you already know how to do it, simply click on the icon in the upper left hand corner of the page.

How can I get announcements for the non-profit organization that I work with on WWUH?
WWUH airs public service announcements (PSA’s) for many local non-profit organizations. We need to receive the announcement in writing at least two weeks in advance. We prefer to receive PSA’s via email; our address is wwuh@hartford.edu. PSA’s can also be faxed to us at 860-768-5701.

Where can I get some of the music I hear on WWUH?
Local music outlets are getting harder and harder to find. Some of the independent emporiums in the area are: Integrity ‘n Music in Wethersfield offers Jazz, Blues and other new and used CDs. In addition, Brass City Records in Waterbury, The Trading Post in Canton, and The Book Exchange in Plainville all offer large selections of recorded music. There are also several Borders and Media Play outlets in the area that have large CD departments.

How can I find out about area concerts?
The WWUH Listener Line, 768-5913, offers five different concert lines, including announcements for Jazz, Folk, Celtic, Bluegrass, Classical and Polka.

How can I find out information about your schedule?
The best way is to check our web site at wwuh.org. Click on the “Programming” icon on the left of the page and you will be able to see complete details about our daily and weekly programming schedule.

How can I get a sample copy of the WWUH Program Guide?
Station Members receive a one-year subscription to our bi-monthly Program Guide as park of their membership fee. However, a sample copy can be requested by calling our Listener Line at 768-5913.

How can I leave comments about a specific program or about station programming in general?
We welcome your comments about our programming. Your best bet is to call during the show that you want to comment on. The studio line is 768-4701. General comments can be directed to Colin Tipton, our Program Director or to me. The office number is 768-4703 and our email address is wwuh@hartford.edu.
You can also leave comments on our Listener Line by calling 768-5913 and following the simple instruction.

John Ramsey,
WWUH General Manager

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