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Where is my beloved NPR?

etownster
March 17, 2015 09:54PM

Registered: 7 years ago
Posts: 14

From last Sunday NPR is off the air replaced by a commercial station with more mindless and unnecessary music. NPR has been like a breath of "fresh air" amidst a slew of broadcast spam elsewhere. Serious talk, debate, news and culture which you can not find anywhere else in the territory. Maybe we aren't adult enough here for such fare. And no commercials!

Does anyone have the scoop on why and how this disaster has befallen us?

Dan

Re: Where is my beloved NPR?

Alana33
March 17, 2015 10:32PM

Registered: 6 years ago
Posts: 11,970

See the comments on this link which has links to the Daily News and St. Thomas Source articles.

[www.vimovingcenter.com]

You can also go to npr.org to download app to listen on your device.

Re: Where is my beloved NPR?

speee1dy
March 20, 2015 10:23AM

Registered: 10 years ago
Posts: 8,598

i heard one of the tv stations want to buy a radio station so they can have npr? not sure if this is true or not

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