Public Radio Tech Survey 2015

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As a WBHM listener, you’re probably aware that we’ve been working hard for the past several years to stay ahead of rapid changes in the radio landscape.

Now we are asking for your opinion. Our goal is to continue to provide the programs you want, the way that you want them, so we’re inviting you to share your feelings about technology in our annual survey.

Please tell us how you use the radio, social media, smartphones, tablets, streaming, and the web to stay connected to news, entertainment and updates from WBHM and other sources. Whether you use all of these media outlets or gadgets or not, your opinion matters.

Your responses will be kept confidential, and we will never share your personal information with anyone. We’ll only use the information you provide to enhance our service.

Because of the many changes in technology, we are covering a lot of ground, and this survey may take you as long as 15-20 minutes to complete. However, you can stop, save your work, and resume at any time. We hope you have the time to help us out and let us know your opinions.

When you’re ready to take the survey, just click the link below to participate. We hope you find it to be an interesting way to reflect on your own changing habits as well as ways WBHM can better meet your needs.

 Yes! I am ready to to take the survey!

If you have questions, please contact Michael Krall, WBHM’s Program Director, at [email protected] or 205-934-2211. Thanks in advance for your time and for your support of WBHM.

Photo by Eric Bennett

 

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