Spotted in the #WUWF kitchen. http://ift.tt/1pTI5tR

Texting with @sarahmacband about #radiolive encores on #wuwf
#repost from @clemmythedog —- If only boom boxes still existed… #kickingitoldschool #istillbelieveinradio #wuwf http://ift.tt/1n4hQLD

#Repost from @emeraldcoasttours
Cool! —- New minuteman memorial going up at Veteran’s Memorial Park. Love watching this park grow. #upsideofflorida #pensacola #segway #ect #emeraldcoasttours #militarypride http://ift.tt/1l1ikq8

#Repost from @thepalestoffoxes —- One of three great songwriters performing at Radio Live tonight. Starts at 6, admission is free but we accept non-perishable donations for the Manna Food Pantry.
#TomFeldman #SingerSongwriter #Folk #Blues #Americana #WUWF #RadioLive #Pensacola #LiveMusic #PublicRadio http://ift.tt/1shVXyX

#Repost from @thepalestoffoxes - we can’t wait either! —- The next Radio Live is just around the corner! You should come hang with us! I’ll be there!!! #WUWF #RadioLive #PublicRadio http://ift.tt/1vaAY3j

Good morning #Pensacola! The bay looks beautiful this morning! #upsideofflorida#sunrise #wuwf http://ift.tt/1ns5bRw

socialmediadesk:

In case you haven’t heard, NPR News is on Snapchat. We’re nprnews.

Each day, we bring our followers a fact in 12 seconds. We approach different individuals in the newsroom to share an offbeat fact from recent NPR reporting. Snapchats are ephemeral. You see it –– and then it’s gone.

Ari Shapiro…

Have you been watching #WSRE for their #Rally2014 series of candidate forums? Our own Sandra Averhart is one of the moderators (right). The last forum is on tonight! #florida #flleg #election2014 #midterms #pensacola #upsideofflorida http://ift.tt/1Abrnt7

socialmediadesk:

One of my favorite things about working at NPR is that many of our foreign correspondents send out a daily email, describing what they’re thinking about covering and what’s going on where they live. The notes are light and personal and chock-full of information about their beat, and I find myself…

nprchives:

Before starting This American Life, Ira Glass reported for NPR. For Father’s Day, in 1986, he took to New York City’s streets to ask passers-by, “What did you learn from your father?”  There are some gems here that run the gamut from basics like learning how to tell time to indirect instruction in cursing. Have a listen and see if you can pick up some new tips from these dads.

(Found by library intern Kimberly Springer. Original airdate: 06/15/1986)