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WHYY’s Radio Times Turns 30: A Q&A With Marty Moss-Coane

WHYY’s Radio Times turns 30 years old on Friday. We chatted with the show’s longtime host, Marty Moss-Coane, about its early years, how it’s developed […]

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WHYY CEO Bill Marrazzo’s Pay Last Year: $842,832

Back in 2007, WHYY CEO Bill Marrazzo’s pay was called “excessive and inappropriate” by his employees. An Inquirer columnist demanded a boycott of the public radio station […]

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We Want Answers: Maiken Scott

You were born in Germany. How did you end up in Philly? I made a mistake that ended up in my favor. When I was […]

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Terry Gross to Receive Humanities Medal From President Obama

WHYY’s Terry Gross is one of 12 people set to receive a National Humanities Medal during a White House ceremony next week.

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Why Marty Moss-Coane Is Cutting Back Her Hosting Duties at WHYY’s Radio Times

Radio Times, they are a-changin’. Marty Moss-Coane, the longtime host of WHYY’s call-in show Radio Times, announced on Thursday that she will be hosting only […]

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Will Inky, WHYY Compete for Grant Money?

Is this town big enough for two large-scale, grant-funded reporting enterprises? We’re about to find out. Tuesday’s announcement that the Philadelphia Media Network — owner […]

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LISTEN: Chefs Andrew Wood and Guillermo Pernot Talk Turkey

Today, Wednesday, November 25th, Andrew Wood, executive chef of Russet and Guillermo Pernot, chef-partner of Cuba Libre will be guests of WHYY’s Radio Times as […]

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Satullo Lands at Annenberg Center

Chris Satullo, the former WHYY radio news honcho who left the station last month, has landed in a familiar spot: At Penn. The Annenberg Center […]

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PlanPhilly’s Matt Golas Is Out at WHYY

Matt Golas, founding editor of WHYY’s website PlanPhilly, has resigned from the NPR affiliate. WHYY spokesman Art Ellis said “he did not offer a reason for leaving,” […]

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Chris Satullo Out at WHYY

Chris Satullo, WHYY’s vice president of news and civic dialogue since 2008, is leaving the station. His last day of employment will be September 11th, […]

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7 Fun Ways to Get Your Kids Out of Your Hair This Summer

Yay Clay! Philadelphia Throw on a smock and fire up the kiln! Yay Clay! is a ceramic art/pottery day camp program that offers a fun […]

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Who Isn’t Partnering With Philly.com to Cover Mayor’s Race?

So maybe this is the future of journalism: Collaboration instead of competition. We’d already told you that WHYY would be partnering with Philly.com to cover […]

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Bradley Cooper Talks American Sniper Controversy With Terry Gross On Fresh Air

This week on Fresh Air, Terry Gross interviewed fellow Philadelphian Bradley Cooper about American Sniper and his work in The Elephant Man, which is playing […]

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Will New Blog Bring WHYY, Philly.com Together?

WHYY’s new blog covering the mayor’s race is just one piece of what could end up being a unique collaboration among Philadelphia’s most-powerful media outlets. […]

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New WHYY Reporter Has the Best Story About Being Fired

Bobby Allyn, who starts next week as the newest reporter at WHYY, comes to Philadelphia with a host of reporting experience — but more than […]