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Want To Join Our Upcoming Promo Campaign? Then Tell Us Where You Listen To NPR

by Amy Blaszyk
Feb 4, 2013

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For many of us, NPR isn't just about a daily drive to work. It's part of our lives, our work and a big part of our conversations. The great thing about modern radio is that it can fit into your life, where ever your day takes you.

Tell Us: Where are the unique places you listen to NPR programming?

Do you tune-in to your Member Station from a work bench in the garage? Maybe you carry a portable radio while hiking through the Redwoods in Northern California? Or how about stream a favorite podcast from an NPR mobile app during your morning subway commute?

There are as many ways to listen to NPR as there are listeners. So we want to incorporate your voice and your story into the spots for our new promotional campaign on NPR Member Stations.

By Friday, February 8, at 11:59 p.m. ET, put your name, city and state, and a short description of the interesting places you catch NPR in a comment below or on Facebook. Or, send those details in an email to thisisnpr@npr.org, with 'listen' in the subject line. We will contact you if you are chosen.

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Tell Us How You Listen

Where are the unique places you listen to NPR? Tell us your answers in the comments sections here or on our This is NPR Facebook page, or by email to ThisisNPR@npr.org by Friday, February 8, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Include your name, city and state, and a short description. When emailing, put 'listen' in the subject line.

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