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For you non-radio types, a fun fact: We are required by the FCC to identify ourselves, broadcasting our station call letters and frequency on the air. The folks over at Atlantic Public Media have inspired more creative ways of doing that, and we agree! Let's re-invent the Sonic ID!

WWNO Staff and Contributors got started on a few new ones last year. You'll be hearing them on the air during our "silent pledge drive" this spring. Know a great voice or character or sound that you think would make a great Sonic ID? Send 'em our way! comments@wwno.org.

Reporter Jesse Hardman and Producer Laine Kaplan Levenson, asking "the same thing."

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WWNO ID: Eve Abrams "Driving"

Producer Eve Abrams with a brother and sister she met while reporting "Along St. Claude."

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WWNO ID: Eve Abrams: "Waist Party"

Eve Abrams with a money-raising idea from way back: The Waist Party

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WWNO ID: "John Goodman Gives Dough"

Reporter/Producer Eileen Fleming gives us a great out-take from an interview with actor John Goodman.

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WWNO ID: Kate Richardson: "Cats"

Reporter/Producer Kate Richardson with some begrudging praise from a source on cats.

We've found the Sonic ID to be a wonderful place for "orphan tape" — those funny, charming or poignant moments that happen when we're out in the world or in the studio, talking and listening with perked up radio ears.

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