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American University (Board Of Trustees Of American University)
WAMU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Washington, DC and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming. WAMU is owned by American University.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I'm interested in obtaining the names of books (2) that were mentioned on the program last Sunday at around 3 to 4 pm. Wish I could tell you the name of the talk show. But hope you can be of help. Thank you S Grunder
By: Sunny Grunder on September 14, 2012
Hello and greetings from Hagerstown Md. My name is Dan and I have a wonderful/inspiring story I would love to share with you. Three years ago in April, I began a journey, a journey to get me life back. I was six hundred and twenty five pounds. I had given up on life, hated myself, people,life and I hated God. I lived in a very dark prison. How I got to that place is a story in itself, how I got out, reconnected with God and were I am is the good stuff. I have found my puspose and direction in life. I see so much love and beauty all around me. I love sharing and helping others. Its all about pleasing God and giving back. Im a blessed and lucky man. As I type this message to you, I am down 365 pounds, no more cane, no more meds, im alive and living in full color. I do lectures at high schools and college classrooms, weight loss groups and anybody who wants to listen. I have worked in radio off and on for years. Im currently writing my story with my beautiful Angel that God sent to me. I would love to be part of your team. I have same great ideas about a positive, uplifting,fun inspiring show aka "Getting My Life Back..With Dan and Trish. I would love to talk with you and even be a guest on any of your programs. The local media has been following me over the past two years, several magazines and tv shows have done my story. I love sharing and helping others, its what God wants me to do. I have a blog page and many links to my story but it reads here not to include links, love to share more with you. Have a great day and thank you for your time....PEACE...Dan
How does a man get to 625 pounds? Better yet, how does that same man, get his life back? I'm not a doctor. I have no certificates or plaques on my wall. I'm simply a man whose lack of health kept him out of thework force for two years.
In those two years, spent fighting for my life, I dreamt of the moment when I could say: I'm Back!
350 pounds lighter, I spend my off time lecturing in the Maryland area, motivating others in desperate need of my help as I once was myself, but I'm ready to step back into the work force. I want to do my part and get back to my work ethics.
I hope we can speak soon.
Hagerstown, MD, 21740
Highly enthusiastic professional with 20 years of radio broadcasting, as well as client interface retail experience,motivated to maintain customer/listener satisfaction and contribute to company success.
Customer service expert Courteous demeanor
Seasoned in conflict resolution Self-motivated/Research skills
Sharp problem solver Quick wit
Energetic work attitude Creative qualities
Radio Broadcasting (WQCM, WPVG, WETT) January 1985 to November 2004
Walmart Dept. Manager June 2002 to August 2009
Health Issues (see cover letter) August 2009 to April 201
Inspirational/Health and Wellness Speaker April 2011- Present
Processed and interviewed new employees, while evaluating and inspiring current for the daily operation of the paper goods and chemical department of Walmart
Maintained a friendly/happy work environment which in turn, motivated good customer service
Entertained listeners, both on the air and from live remotes
Researched and prepared material for my part as co host on the morning show.
Education and Training
South Hagerstown High School 1983
High School Diploma
Hagerstown, MD, USA
By: Dan Hawthorne on July 24, 2014
Broward County Fl. Deputy Sheriff walking to DC from Fort Lauderdale to raise awareness to Human Trafficking.
Roger DeHart is 1000 miles into his walk to raise awareness and is currently on his journey having entered Spotsylvania County yesterday afternoon and starting again this morning. His Facebook page is #NoMoreMilesWalk
His website is Firststops.org
News outlets along the way have interviewed him which is getting his message out. My name is Jim Gormley, a retired Police Officer who found out about Roger in Myrtle Beach and couldn't leave a cop alone during the journey and am assisting him with a chase car. If you would like to get a hold of Roger 9544884451 or you can call me at 631 921 8528 as hes usually walking and we will gladly meet up with you!
His rally is at Union Square on Saturday May 19 at 1 pm
By: James Gormley on May 16, 2018
I am deaf and need to broadcast in your area on the radio about the event coming up in October 13, 2018. It's a pre-SIXOLVE competition games that will be held at Best Western PLUS. Wearing your favorite NFL Shirt or pre-register online will discount of $5.00 admission. It's from 10-4pm for anyone, then after 7pm to midnight is for adults only. There will be vendors in the daytime and anyone who is interested doing a booth apply online www.sixolve.com and games to play. Evening will have the deejay by Nico DiMarco who is deaf also is great DJ's. This is the community to interact with people of all kinds and participate some games. COME and SEE it for yourself. Deadline to register is Sept.25th. The occupancy is limited to 400. Register early and have FUN!!
By: Maryann Rankin on August 16, 2018
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