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WHYY is an award-winning producer of local and national public television and radio programming and is the primary outlet for such staples as The Newshour With Jim Lehrer, Sesame Street, Fresh Air with Terry Gross and Voices in the Family with Dr. Dan Gottlieb.
Large and loyal audiences watch TV12, listen to WHYY FM, and support the stations as individual members.
WHYY Renowned Radio Programs
"NPR: Fresh Air with Terry Gross," a Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Nearly 4.5 million people listen to the broadcast on more than 450 National Public Radio stations across the country, as well as in Europe on the World Radio Network. The program originated in 1975 as a local show before going national in 1987.
"Radio Times With Marty Moss-Coane," a daily two-hour program that tackles wide range of issues.
"You Bet Your Garden," an organic gardening talk show hosted by Mike McGrath.
- "Voices in the Family Dr. Dan Gottlieb," psychologist and family therapist, along with guest experts, opens the line to callers to discuss issues that affect individuals and society, with special focus on family issues. The show airs weekly on Monday mornings. Its executive producer is Maiken Scott, WHYY’s Behavioral Health Reporter.
About the Public Media Commons
The Dorrance H. Hamilton Public Media Commons at WHYY puts the power of media in the hands of anyone with a story to tell and helps all of us become more discerning media consumers. This ground-breaking new venture is named in honor of Mrs. Dorrance H. Hamilton, whose generous leadership gifts have helped move this project from idea to reality. With training programs for students and teachers, hands-on instruction for WHYY members with an interest in media and a facility that can host and record events for non-profits and business alike, Hamilton Commons opens new avenues of expression to the residents of the Philadelphia region.
The Public Media Commons is a physical embodiment of WHYY's commitment to community engagement. It serves as a hub of media literacy for the Philadelphia area, a gathering place for educators, a hands-on learning environment for students and a venue for performers and lecturers.
William J. Marrazzo is the President and Chief Executive Officer of WHYY Inc.