Happy Holidays from WNHN 94.7!
Jazz up your holiday sales with radio spots on WNHN 94.7, December 9th to December 20th:
o Ten 20-second underwriting spots per day for 12 days
o Total of 120 spots for pre-paid price of $100.00!
o Reach All of Concord, Bow, Chichester, Epsom, Hopkinton, Pembroke and Penacook; as well as parts of Canterbury, Contoocook, Hooksett and Loudon.
o We can write, record and air your new spot within two business days!
Contact account executive Bill Hoffman at 603-369-8588 to get your message out to greater Concord! Or email Bill at email@example.com.
We look forward to getting your company –big or small– on the air.
Some of our new and ongoing underwriters:
Bow Family Dental
Body & Spirit Day Spa
New England Cupcakery
Andrew Boyd Guitar Lessons
Bona Fide Green Goods
NEA New Hampshire
Here are a couple of samples of WNHN’s underwriter spots:
Bonafide Green Goods: http://www.wnhnfm.org/underwriting/UW_BonafideGreenGoods092513.mp3
Bow Family Dentistry: http://www.wnhnfm.org/underwriting/UW_BowFamilyDentistry100713_1983.mp3
“The negatives outweigh any potential benefits.”
Concord, NH — These were the words of Concord Businessman Steve Duprey at a press conference given by supporters of an Anti-Casino bill at the State Legislative building Tuesday morning. Duprey, who is a member of the Republican National Committee, was joined as spokesperson for the bill by former Democratic State Senator Harold Janeway in an encouraging demonstration of practical bipartisan cooperation.
Duprey and Janeway cited many reasons to oppose casino gambling in the Granite State. They pointed to the statistical increase of crime in areas where casinos have been installed, the detriment to existing business, and the negative effect that casinos would have on cultural institutions and the arts. They also highlighted the potential political impact of casinos in New Hampshire: “If we legalize casinos, our state will be in the business of making casinos succeed, and that gives the industry heavy political influence.”
Duprey also spoke about how casinos would change the identity of the Granite State. ”Instead of being known for Bretton Woods … or Mount Washington, New Hampshire will be ‘The place you go to gamble.’”
Also present were a phalanx of the bill’s supporters including representatives from The Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, The League of Women Voters of New Hampshire, The New Hampshire Chiefs of Police, The New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association, The Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester, as well as many private citizens opposed to legalizing commercial gambling in New Hampshire.
- Patrick McNameeKing
We’ve been asked to give a link to where friends of Marty Capodice may make a donation in his memory. Marty was a founding member of WNHN and known throughout Concord and New Hampshire. Marty had requested that donations be made to WNHN to help Arnie fulfill her mission of fairness and justice for working families. Please use JustGive.org for online donations (there is an option to designate a donation in his memory), or you may send a donation to WNHN, c/o Marty Capodice Memorial Fund, 26 Pleasant Street, 2nd Floor, Concord, NH 03301. Thank you.
Brian Beihl, Station Manager
Use this button to donate via JustGive.org
WNHN lost New Hampshire News, Views & Blues its board advisor, producer, and on-air personality, Marty Capodice, October 31st, after a long battle with cancer.
Marty also worked for the NH Department of Employment Security, and served as a house manager at the Capitol Center for the Arts for many years. As Arnie recently said, he was also “the rare human being who says ‘hello, how’s it goin’ to princes and paupers on every street he walks.”
Marty, an optimist to the end, would often respond to friends inquiring as to his health: “Every day I’m still standing is a good day,” no matter how bad he actually felt. Our thoughts are with his spouse Arnie Arnesen, and his children and extended family.
On behalf of the staff and volunteers of WNHN, we will miss your ever-present smile and wit. So long, friend.
Brian Beihl, Station Manager
A message from Arnie Arnesen, host of “The Attitude”:
“Thank you to all of the listeners who have sent greetings to Marty and me over the last several weeks. Marty’s cancer has now reached the hospice stage, and I will be spending the next weeks by his side at home.
If you’re a regular listener to The Attitude, you understand that my family is my highest priority. Thanks for being understanding and patient during this difficult time.
We’ll chat soon. Ciao!
Arnie Arnesen has taken off the rest of the month to be with her husband Marty, who is battling cancer.
WNHN will continue to broadcast “best of” shows each day, and we will have an occasional guest host. Arnie and Marty thank you for your patience and understanding. While she’s gone, she’s leaving it up to you to “Keep the pot stirred so the scum doesn’t rise to the top!”
The Flying Monkey Performance Center has donated 4 sets of tickets to see Luther “Guitar Jr.” Johnson and Duke Robillard on this Saturday night. Go to our WNHN Facebook Page and post “I LOVE THE BLUES!” We’re going to print off the names Friday, September 27 at 10:30 AM, then draw them randomly. Will post to you if you’re a winner!
Thanks for visiting WNHN, and thanks for your patience while we got our website back up and operating. I’m sorry to say that our website was hacked, causing us to have to drop large sections of our previous site.
We’ve made some significant changes to our site, including a programming calendar that’s easier for us to keep up to date. We have a way to go before the site has as much information as before, but at the very least we have the full range of podcasts available and more selections to stream the station online.
We have a lot to do yet, but again, we thank you for your patience through all of this!
Brian Beihl, Station Manager