A good December

December 22, 2010

Today’s mail brought a bunch of postcards from radio stations around the country that have broadcast our documentaries this month.

“Still Singing the Blues” was aired by the 12 radio stations that come under the umbrella of WVIA. These stations blanket Northeastern Pennsylvania, from Bethlehem to Wellsboro (200 miles away). They include both smaller towns and larger industrial cities like Scranton and Allentown.

Both “Still Singing the Blues” and “Crescent City Blues” were broadcast by WJSK, a traditional jazz station in New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley; WOJB, which serves both Native American and non-Native listeners in  Hayward, Wisconsin (and was playing some really delightful ’80s music when we tuned in); WRLR, an all-volunteer community station in Round Lake, Illinois (and the only non-religious low-power station in the state); and WUTK, a student-run station operated by the University of Tennessee’s Department of Journalism and Electronic Media in Knoxville.

These stations are in addition to the ones already mentioned in our blog. For a listing of dates and times, see our carriage reports at


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