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

University of Wyoming

Diana Denison

Larry Stewart, Founder Of Manufacturing Works

Jan 5, 2015
Diana Denison

Shirley Kingston - Laramie WY

Oct 20, 2014
Shirley Kingston

On any day of the week, I am educated and informed on what's going on in maybe Israel, West  Africa, Syria, Iraq; even Chicago, Ferguson. Laramie, Centennial, Jackson; and in its season, the Wyoming Legislature  in Cheyenne. Bob Beck and his crews' special programs. ALSO, such pleasure with treasured Ira Glass and Terry Gross.

Thomas Johnson - Cheyenne WY

Oct 17, 2014

Wyoming Public Radio is the communication Web that Unites people in Wyoming (WUW).

Thomas B. Johnson, P.E.

I Love WPR Glendo Proclamation

Oct 8, 2014
Town of Glendo and Wyoming Public Media

I Love WPR Lusk Proclamation

Oct 3, 2014
Town of Lusk and Wyoming Public Media

I Love WPR Worland Proclamation

Sep 24, 2014
City of Worland and Wyoming Public Media

Chris, Lauren, And Denali Padesky - Green River WY

Sep 19, 2014
The Padeskys

The Padesky Family loves Wyoming Public Radio! WPR has accompanied us all across the great state of Wyoming. Bob Beck has talked us through snowstorms on the way to snowshoe in Pinedale, Willow Belden through dappled sunshine to dodge bears at the base of the Tetons, and the Ranch Breakfast Show through windy drives down I-80 to pay our school of choice, good ol' UW, another visit.

Wyoming Senator John Barrasso

Sep 18, 2014

Wyoming Public Radio provides high-quality, locally focused programming that isn't offered anywhere else.

With a statewide broadcast, WPR plays an important role in keeping people across the cowboy state informed on what’s going on in Wyoming and the world.

Thanks to your dedication, folks in Wyoming know they can rely on Wyoming Public Radio for news and programming that matter to their lives.

Jordan Evans - Cheyenne WY

Sep 17, 2014
Jordan Evans

I Love WPR Sundance Proclamation

Sep 17, 2014
City of Sundance and Wyoming Public Media

I Love WPR Douglas Proclamation

Sep 17, 2014
City of Douglas and Wyoming Public Media

Kathy Daulton - Star Valley Ranch WY

Sep 15, 2014

Hello WPM,

My husband and I were raised in Torrington and Cheyenne, met at UW, taught in the state for for 14 years, then left to teach overseas for the next 35! With retirement in 2002, we found the perfect property in Star Valley Ranch, now Wyoming's newest town only 2 miles from the state's newest Scenic Byway.  

Debra East

WPR and the expanse of public radio yield reports and stories opening my mind and compassion. There are standards calling us to accountability to each other whether in stories of achievement or challenges in Wyoming or the Wind River Indian Reservation.

NPR Code Switch takes the personal experience of discrimination to illuminate the universal cost to all people. Training for sustainability in professional skills of the WPR staff is demonstrated in programming content and delivery network. WPR has given me tools to be a better citizen and friend. 

UW Trustees, Dick Davis And Dave Bostrom

Sep 12, 2014
Pat Gabriel

Wyoming Native and UW Trustee, Betty Fear

Sep 11, 2014

I Love WPR Medicine Bow Proclamation

Sep 11, 2014
Community of Medicine Bow and Wyoming Public Media

Dave Freudenthal, Former Governor Of Wyoming

Sep 11, 2014
Larry Knopp

I Love WPR Green River Proclamation

Sep 10, 2014
City of Green River and Wyoming Public Media

Wyoming's First Lady Carol Mead

Sep 9, 2014
governor.wy.gov

Marjane Ambler

My husband and I turn Wyoming Public Radio on from the time we get up and leave it on until we go to bed. When traveling around the state, we keep the guide to different translator numbers handy.

I like the locally produced news programs, such as the recent Open Spaces segment on how education has helped prisoners in Wyoming and specifics on how much money it saves by reducing recidivism. Thanks to Bob Beck for his legislative coverage and for recruiting and training strings of good reporters.

Thanks for the new cultural programming by Micah Schweizer.

Virginia Parker, Director Of The Saratoga Museum

Sep 8, 2014
Virginia Parker

Wyoming Brothers Al And Pete Simpson

Sep 8, 2014
Wyoming Public Media

Andy Blair

I have listened to Public Radio all my life in a number of different states. The variety and quality of programing on WPR is well above average. The shows are engaging. The news is world class high quality reportage. 

Carol Eckhardt - Chugwater WY

Sep 8, 2014
Carol Eckhardt

Well, that's where I get mail; I live quite a ways out in the country. I don't use television (it strikes me as a lot like dumpster-diving; a few really good tidbits in the midst of a lot of trash) so I really depend on WPR as a window on the world.

The news reporting is very important to me as are the insightful and thought provoking talk shows and the variety of music. I'm also VERY pleased with the new program lineup! Some of the "new" programs are those I enjoyed on public radio while living in Oregon. Thanks for your good work!

I Love WPR Mountain View Proclamation

Sep 8, 2014
Town of Mountain View and Wyoming Public Media

I Love WPR Newcastle Proclamation

Sep 8, 2014
City of Newcastle and Wyoming Public Media

Dan Green - Lander WY

Sep 8, 2014

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