Matt Lett

Matt Lett

Digital Marketing Specialist



Matt Lett is WBHM’s Digital Marketing Specialist. Originally from Dora, Alabama, Matt moved to Birmingham to pursue a degree in International Studies. After spending time in Argentina and China, Matt decided to continue his studies at UAB – completing a Master’s in Human Rights. His hobbies include cooking, drinking obscene amounts of coffee, and visiting family and friends around the world.

WBHM is Seeking a Corporate Account Executive
08-23-2018

WBHM seeks an outgoing and enthusiastic individual with a passion for public media to cultivate corporate support for WBHM and expand the station’s capabilities by helping reach fundraising goals. The ideal candidate should have development experience, the ability to identify and research prospects and present proposals to interested entities, and be familiar with advertising, advertising […]

We’re Hiring a Membership Director
08-3-2018

We’re looking for an energetic and creative individual to lead and grow WBHM’s fundraising efforts by cultivating relationships with our current and prospective members. The ideal candidate has previous membership or development experience at a public radio or public TV station or previous experience in membership at a nonprofit organization. The candidate must be knowledgeable […]

Miranda Fulmore Joins WBHM as Digital News Producer
07-18-2018

Award-winning journalist Miranda Fulmore will be joining WBHM as a part-time Digital News Producer. Fulmore has several years’ experience reporting for radio, web, print, and television outlets across the Southeast and Midwest. She’s also the co-creator of the short-run political podcast MIDTERMinAL, focused on Alabama’s 2018 midterm elections. Before coming to WBHM, she was the morning […]

Junior Board
06-7-2018

The WBHM Junior Board offers service, learning, cultural, and social opportunities for committed supporters and is open to young professionals between the ages of 18 and 40 with a passion for public radio. New members are selected annually are expected to serve a two-year term. A recruitment social takes place in July, and completed applications […]

Friends Board
06-7-2018

The Friends of WBHM Board helps raise resources, inform station activities, and gives the station a voice in the community to promote public radio and its mission in North Central Alabama. Kevin ArcherDEX Imaging George Buchanan IIIRegions Financial (Chair) Anne BuckleyUAB (ex officio) Stephanie CooperAlabama Power Bryan CouncilMetro Monitor Vicki DanielsCommunity Volunteer Brian EdwardsBlue Cross […]

Who We Are
06-7-2018

Our Mission: WBHM is much more than a radio station – it is an essential public resource that enlightens and enriches our audience and makes strong connections to our communities through journalism that is fair, credible, accurate, and honest. Free from commercial and political influence, WBHM seeks to make Birmingham and Alabama a better place […]

Listen to ARRS by phone
04-25-2018

In addition to listening online and through an ARRS receiver, you can also hear the Alabama Radio Reading Service on your telephone 24 hours a day. The toll-free number is: 855-246-9329. You can choose from our current live broadcast, the most recent edition of The Birmingham News, and this week’s grocery store ads on The […]

Ways to Listen to ARRS
04-25-2018

  Receive a Specially-Tuned Radio Listen Online Call (855) 246-9329  

Create a Lasting Legacy for Public Radio in the Heart of Alabama
02-28-2018

A planned gift is a wonderful way to create a lasting legacy for WBHM. Your bequest helps secure the future of public radio for listeners throughout the heart of Alabama. Is making a planned gift right for you? There are a number of factors to weigh carefully. When considering your charitable goals and objectives, we […]

Foundation Support
02-28-2018

Grants from family, corporate, and community foundations are vital to sustaining WBHM and its public service mission. These resources help fuel the station’s general operations and, more importantly, enable WBHM to expand its local journalism, enhance our FM signal and our digital offerings, and create other distinctive programming for Birmingham and the heart of Alabama. […]