Soundings
WJFF Soundings Newsletter

Soundings is WJFF's semi-annual newsletter for members. Each issue is jam packed with information about the people and programs that make WJFF so unique.

 

2011 Archive
Spring 2011

[4.20mb PDF file]

2010 Archive
Spring 2010

[8.20mb PDF]

2008 Archive
Spring 2008
Inside: Successful Spring Fund Drive; Live From Big Twig lineup announced; Program Guide; Kae Kotarski and Leona Willis in the Volunteer Spotlight. [423kb PDF file]
Fall 2008

Inside: Summer Event Re-cap, Amy Gillingham in Volunteer Spotlight, HD (Digital) Transmitter progress update, Wish List, Program changes, and more! [1.03mb PDF file]

2007 Archive
Spring 2007
Inside: Dam Troubles at Jeff Hydro; Elvira Brey Retires from WJFF Board; Springtime listening from WJFF djs; Volunteer Spotlight: Edie Downs and Steve Van Benschoten; Guide to locally-produced programs, and lots more. [246kb, PDF file]
Fall 2007
Inside: WJFF Bids Farewell to Longtime Station Manager, Christine Ahern; The Loss of Maris Hearn; WJFF Welcomes Katie Armstrong to Staff; Volunteer Spotlight: Alex Duke and James Hinton; Plus a whole lot more.
2006 Archive
Summer 2006
Inside: Guide to Locally Produced Programs; Summer Salsa Dance Party with Soñando; Youth Radio Project travels to Portland, Oregon, for national youth radio training conference; Radio Revolution salutes recent graduates [122kb; PDF file]
Fall 2006
Inside: New Programs announced; WJFF remembers Carl Deitz and Maggie Matthews; June floods; Coming events announced: Amy Goodman book tour and Annual Music Sale. [216kb, PDF file]
Spring 2006
Inside: James Hunter Show; Annual Auction & Bazaar; Art Party; Bob Dylan Marathon coming May 19. [PDF file, 135kb]
Winter 2006
Inside: Art Party announced; Maris Hearn honored, Kurt Knuth moves on to new adventures, The Art of Being added to program schedule and more. [158kb PDF file]
2005 Archive
Fall 2005
Inside: Looking back on 15 years of WJFF history with Heidi Schneider and Maureen Neville; Maria Kennedy reflects on her summer internship at WJFF; Upcoming Events - Weekend of Chamber Music concert at Big Twig Studio and the 7th Annual Music Sale. [290kb, PDF file]
Winter 2005
Inside: WJFF's annual Holiday Show; Spotlight on volunteer, Dave Brown; WJFF to get new digital transmitter; Changes to WJFF's Board of Trustees; Retro Radio and The Friday Forum added to weekly lineup. [191kb, PDF file]
Summer 2005
Inside: Guide to locally-produced programming; Reflections on WJFF's 15th Anniversary: Kevin Gref and Steve Richter profiled; Radio Revolution graduates; Program schedule and highlights. [409kb, PDF file]
Spring 2005
Inside: Reflections on WJFF's 15th Anniversary: Glenn Wooddell and David Dann; Remembering Ursula Good; Upcoming Events—Spring Folk Benefit, Film Series, Babies in the Barn, Auction & Bazaar, Dylathon; Program schedule and highlights. [601 kb, PDF file]
2004 Archive
July / August 2004
Inside: All Together Now bids farewell; Yiddish Radio back for a summer in the Mountains; Summer programming changes and more! [178kb, PDF file]
Feb/Mar/April 2004
Inside: Settler's Inn Event, Jambalaya and Radio Revolution celebrate anniversaries, Ebbie Weiss remembered. [180kb, PDF file]
May / June 2004
Inside: New Programs - Classics for Voice and From the Desk Of...; Radio Revolution Heads to Albuquerque. [192kb, PDF file]
September / October 2004
Inside: James Keelaghan Concert; Justin Kolb at Big Twig Studios; Making Waves featured program; and more. [160kb, PDF file]
2003 Archive
Feb/Mar/April 2003
[660kb, PDF file]
September/October 2003
[180kb, PDF file]
November 2003 - January 2004
[179kb, PDF file]
July/August 2003
[171kb, PDF file]
May/June 2003
[862kb, PDF file]

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