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WHYY, Inc. (Whyy, Inc.)
WHYY is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Philadelphia, PA and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming. WHYY is owned by WHYY, Inc..
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I would like to talk to someone about having your radio station play Chubby Checker's Twist on a regular basis. On behalf of his millions of fans
worldwide we are trying to get him radio airplay for the Twist which is the number one song of all times, hit the charts twice and defines
dancing apart which Chubby created and is what we do on the dance floor today. He also has a new song changes which is awesome. He is an amazing
artist and does not get airplay like so many artists of his era. At 73 he tours worldwide and brings so much to the music industry. It would mean so
much if you would consider this. Younger people of this generation should be able to know who he is and enjoy his music .
Thank you for your time and consideration.
By: Irene Beh on July 3, 2015
Are there any upcoming changes to whyy fm radio schedule? I read about the ending of the garden program in the Inquirer yesterday. I had not heard about this before from any source.
I don't particularly care about this program, but would like to be aware of any scheduling changes.
I am a supporter of the radio and tv stations
By: Carolyn Clein on September 16, 2018
There was a report on the air today … December 13th - very early around 5 AM that featured a report about learning with an interview of a US Army officer crawl - walk -- run.
By: John on December 13, 2018
I'm not a robot
By: Dave on February 10, 2019
my Psych 1 Professor said that when a species becomes overpopulated, Mother Nature bumps up the rate of killing and homosexuality.
our species has been overpopulated for a couple of centuries...and I personally prefer homosexuality to killing. I would think most people would.
go forth and multiply was once good advice. not so much now.
By: C. M. Brewer on July 30, 2019
NPR's program carried on WHYY today,Sunday March 1, included a talk with a journalist for Foreign Policy journal. She spoke about measures that can
be taken by everyone to protect oneself against the coronavirus. I missed her name and couldn't find it in the list of writers for that journal.Any info?
By: Jeanette on March 2, 2020
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