Monday, July 25, 2016


WNHN is stepping up fundraising efforts. If you like hearing people like Arnie Arnesen or Susan Bruce or any of the other programs at WNHN, they rely on your donations to "help pay the bills." You can donate with a one time donation or create a recurring donation. If you can't listen to them live you can hear them at your convenience using the podcasts for each show.



From the WNHN about page:

WNHN 94.7 is New Hampshire’s source for entertaining progressive talk and music you won’t hear anywhere else on the dial!  Listen live in greater Concord, NH, or just push our live streaming play button!

Low-Power, High-Impact FM

WNHN strive to inform, engage, and educate the statewide New Hampshire community on the social, economic, and public issues NH faces; foster civic participation, understanding of community problems and solutions, and informed action through constructive and respectful civil dialogue where all voices can be heard and are respected; entertain and provide useful information to community members in their daily and work lives; support, showcase, and celebrate local arts, music, humanities and culture in all its diversity – especially blues, jazz, and folk music; provide a voice for under-represented community groups, cultures, and viewpoints; and make available nonpartisan, timely, and accurate news and information not commonly found elsewhere.
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