Have you ever wondered who else enjoys Hot Jazz Saturday Night with their spouse? Why “NPR babies” continue to listen to WAMU? What others appreciate about the Kojo Nnamdi Show or the TED Radio Hour?
If so, you’ve come to the right place.
This summer, we reached out to listeners all over the D.C. Metropolitan area in a continuation of our Listeners of WAMU project. We interviewed teenagers, federal employees, mothers, naturalists, diplomats, and more in order to document both their lives and their most relatable experiences with WAMU.
Here, we invite you to discover who your fellow listeners are. Together, you fund our programming, contribute to our conversations and drive our diverse and active community. You mean the world to us–and to each other. Many of the listeners we’ve spoken with mention that they feel a connection not only to the radio hosts, guests and interviewees, but also to the other listeners who enjoy the same content as they do.
And we encourage you to continue your intellectual conversations with neighbors, fun chats with your friends and political discussions with your families about WAMU content.
Follow us on our social media accounts to see more of the great content we’ve produced this summer:
Facebook: WAMU Volunteers
If you have anything you would like us to know, be it questions or comments, concerns or praise, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
~ WAMU 88.5 Student Interns