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    A Note From PaganFM (Tidings, October 2011)
    October 20, 2011

    While I don’t have the best of memories, It looks like I’ve been at WSCA now for about five, possibly six years. I started when I took over Eros Radio for Rick Dirck, and sometime around 2007 that show became PaganFM. Over the years, this show has grown. In 2008, we started podcasting the show, and it’s been heard, quite literally, around the world. I’ve received email from soldiers serving in the Middle East and notes from Australia, Canada, Russia, South America - pretty much the entire planet. From my server alone, people download the show more than 3,000 times each month.

    It really blows my mind that this little radio station in Portsmouth, NH, has a worldwide voice. As we’re coming up on our fall pledge drive, I think it’s important to remember that WSCA has a voice that reaches the whole planet - including our soldiers who are serving abroad. For some, it’s a way to maintain a connection to home.

    So we’re looking forward to another great year. We’ll once again be participating in the Transgender Day of Remembrance, we’ll continue to bring you news of importance to the Pagan community, great music, and interviews with leaders in the Pagan Community. There are only two regularly airing Pagan Radio programs on licensed stations in the United States - both are on community radio stations, one on each side of the Mississippi River. Thanks for making this one possible.

    Tags: PaganFM, Tidings
    Posted in Noteworthy, Tidings Link, Uncategorized
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