Bill McKay loves WPR. He says, "One word - integrity... In coverage of local & state news, in linking to NPR and BBC, etc. for national and international news you can rely on, and in coverage of local-state talents, interests, activities."
Tara loves journalistic integrity and being presented with different perspectives, which is why she loves WPR. WPR makes Tara feel that not only is she a citizen of her community and country, but a citizen of the world.
Shane has always had a special place in his heart for Wyoming Public Media. From 2006 to 2014, Shane was WPR's Engineering Coordinator and worked to keep signals on the air through sun and Wyoming snow. Shane especially loves WPR because it connects people through news, weather, and music.
Former Representative Cynthia Lummis loves WPR because it offers an in-depth look at both local and national news. When listening, she's reminded of how great it is to live and Wyoming and how great it is to have Wyoming Public Radio.