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Take The WRBH Listener Feedback Survey For A Chance To Win Two Tickets To The Annual “A Blind Taste” Gala

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Over the summer, WRBH will be conducting an online survey (embedded below) and collecting responses from our listeners to help us better formulate our programming and scheduling to their needs. By taking this survey, participants will be automatically entered into a raffle to win two tickets to WRBH’s annual “A Blind Taste” gala which is held at La Petite Grocery on Monday, September 18th. Winners will be notified at the end of July. 

9 Responses to Take The WRBH Listener Feedback Survey For A Chance To Win Two Tickets To The Annual “A Blind Taste” Gala

      • I do not see our comments about how much we enjoy “Old Time Radio.” Please consider expanding and diversifying the old radio broadcasts. George Buck, who owned WTIX, had a very extensive compilation of old radio shows. Sadly, he has passed on — perhaps his wife might consider donating some of them to WRBH. Unfortunately, we do not have any contact information.

        • Hi Mike,

          Thank you for the comments! We have recently aquired a large cashe of new Old Time Radio shows that we’re excited to plug in (we know how stale they can get for long time listeners). However, if you end up finding contact info for George Buck’s widow, we would love to reach out about attaining their collection. You can reach me at david@wrbh.org if you find anything. Thanks again!

  1. This is a very well-run organization, always innovating with new programs and tops in volunteer management. Long may WRBH thrive!

  2. I think you all do a great service to this area, and I like knowing that if Charles and I are traveling, we can reach WRBH and a taste of home by streaming 88.3FM. As a volunteer reader, I feel especially privileged to be a part of this service to the public.

    • To add to the above, I like listening to the news at noon to keep abreast of what is going on, locally & nationally. The Wall Street Journal at 5:00 pm daily is also a favorite with interesting, well-written articles of national & international interest.

  3. Admire the the process and inimitable service provided by WRBH to the community, particularly for the sight-impaired. Since coming to New Orleans in the early 90’s, I’ve enjoyed volunteer reading over the yrs. Miss doing for several 2rsl yrs due to health condition. Hope to be back soon.

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