WHRO won three awards last month from the National Educational Telecomunications Association (NETA). The station took home prizes in the categories of Community Engagement, Instructional Media and Promotion.

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Lights...camera...action... What’s it like to be a media producer? Rising 10th-grade students at The Academies of Hampton found out this week. 

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The WHRO Voice is a radio reading service for the legally blind and anyone with a disability that prevents normal reading. This service, offered free of charge and staffed by volunteers, has seen an increase in requests recently. 

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Local Vietnam veteran Russ Cupp received something recently that was more than 45 years overdue—a “thank you” for his service in Vietnam.

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Photo by James K. F. Dung, SFC, public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Retired Army Colonel T. C. Smith reflects on his service in Vietnam and WHRO's Vietnam initiative as we anticipate the release of Ken Burns' new documentary.

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