Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM Hires New Announcer/Producer

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM has hired Sarah Delia as a new announcer/producer.

Delia comes to WBHM from Northeast Indiana Public Radio in Fort Wayne, Ind., where she hosted All Things Considered. A graduate of James Madison University and The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Delia was an intern and production assistant at NPR and was an intern with Studio 360.

“Sarah brings a new voice to WBHM – as an on-air news professional, of course, and also with her experience, enthusiasm, and fresh perspective,” said General Manager Scott Hanley. “We are very excited to have her join our award-winning news team and look forward to great things to come.”

Delia will begin hosting and reporting duties during weekday All Things Considered for WBHM beginning in early June 2013.

About WBHM

Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM, a listener-supported service of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, is “Your NPR News Station” and home to the Alabama Radio Reading Service for the blind and print-impaired. WBHM programming and award-winning regional journalism also can be heard in North Central Alabama on WSGN 91.5 FM through a partnership with Gadsden State Community College. Listen and give online at WBHM.org and follow the station at WBHM903 on Twitter and Facebook.

 

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