How do I listen to wgbh live?

How do I listen to wgbh live?

Listen LIVE through our streaming player at the top of every page on our website, or download the app in the Apple or Google Play stores.

What number is wgbh radio?

WGBH is the 10th-most-popular NPR news station in the United States….WGBH (FM)

City Boston, Massachusetts
Broadcast area Greater Boston
Frequency 89.7 MHz (HD Radio)
Branding GBH 89.7

What station is Boston Public Radio?

89.7 WGBH
89.7 WGBH, Boston’s Local NPR Transmitted from our radio tower on Great Blue Hill, 89.7 WGBH produces the most local public radio content in Boston, with more than 30 hours of programming per week, including 17 local newscasts every weekday.

How do I contact Jim Braude?

Call us at 877-301-8970 or email [email protected] and we’ll do our best to include you in the conversation.

  1. Jim Braude. Host.
  2. Margery Eagan. Host.
  3. Zoe Mathews. Producer.
  4. Aidan Connelly. Production Assistant.
  5. Mackenzie Farkus. Production Assistant.
  6. Rebecca Tauber. Production Assistant.

Why did WGBH drop the W?

But with more than half of its audience impressions coming via digital platforms, the public media pioneer dropped the “W” to better reflect its leadership in the new media environment. The iconic audio mark, also known as the sting, or the sound that audiences hear at the end of GBH-produced content, will not change.

What is WGBH radio?

In addition to co-producing PRI’s The World, WGBH Radio offers listeners a diverse selection of musical, cultural and public affairs programming, including a 24-hour all-classical HD radio channel as well as streaming audio heard by Web surfers around the globe.

What is @WGBH Jazz 24/7?

WGBH’s online music station featuring selections from Eric in the Evening and more. Each Jazz 24/7 show is a fresh new mix of songs from our extensive library of new and classic music.

Where can I listen to Jazz at GBH?

JazzNOW featuring Donal Fox, originally streamed live from the beautiful Fraser Performance Studio at GBH on December 3, 2021, with co-hosts Eric Jackson and Cathy Fuller. This solo program includes jazz and classical compositions inspired by artists such as Bach, Monk, Chopin, Coltrane, Piazzolla, Scarlatti, Horace Silver and others.

What is GBH news?

From live coverage of the events that matter, to digital series, podcasts and more, GBH News goes beyond broadcast to be there for you wherever and whenever you’re ready to listen. This is news that makes you think and grow.