It's a busy time of year for WWNO, says station manager Paul Maassen
This is certainly a busy time of year for WWNO with the gubernatorial election, coastal developments, education news in full swing, and so many cultural events taking place in New Orleans. The award-winning WWNO News Department under the leadership of News Director Eve Troeh continues to grow and produce some great content for WWNO 89.9/KTLN 90.5, and online as well at WWNO.org.
If you haven’t heard our ongoing Nola Life Stories series, produced in collaboration with The Historic New Orleans Collection, check it out. NOLA Life Stories features first-person perspectives of the individuals who have helped shape our community.
Also, be part of the broadcast recording of “Birdfoot Backstage” with the Argus Quartet, live from Basin Street Station on Wednesday, Nov. 11. This is the second chamber music event we’ve held in collaboration with Birdfoot. It’s a unique musical exploration and discussion of Béla Bartók’s Fourth String Quartet. It’s free, but space is limited – click here to make a reservation.
I will also be presenting an event, as the host of the UNO Homer L. Hitt Presidential Distinguished Lecture series. “The Memory of the Civil War: What Americans Think About It—and What They Should,” will feature Professor Gaines M. Foster of the LSU History Department. It’s this week – Tuesday, November 3, at 7 p.m,. in the UNO University Center Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public.
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WWNO General Manager