At WPLN News, everything we do — from the way we raise money to the stories we choose to report — is fueled by you, our community.
We want to answer your questions, respond to pressing issues in your life, hear your questions. But it’s a two-way street, and part of that reciprocal relationship is us being transparent with you. We want to explain how and why we do the work we do, and then invite your feedback, whether that’s a complaint, question or comment. Your input makes us better.
Is there anything you think we’re missing or should consider? Email WPLN’s interim news director, Chas Sisk, or fill out this form. We want to hear from you!
By law, all broadcast stations must keep a list of program material that addresses important community issues. We post it each quarter to the FCC as a Public Inspection File. At WPLN News, our quarterly reports highlight some of the work we believe was most impactful over the previous three months, and they detail our source diversity numbers. You can see our recent quarterly reports here:
- 2023 Quarter 1 Report
- 2022 Quarter 4 Report
- 2022 Quarter 3 Report
- 2022 Quarter 2 Report
- 2022 Quarter 1 Report
- 2021 Quarter 4 Report
- 2021 Quarter 3 Report
- 2021 Quarter 2 Report
- 2021 Quarter 1 Report
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- Got feedback on our local newsroom’s work? Email WPLN’s interim news director, Chas Sisk, or fill out this form.
- Have a comment for Nashville Public Radio’s other departments, including station administration? Find that contact info here.
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