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Kim Winnick, WXPN Marketing Director
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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WXPN, the nationally recognized leader in Triple A radio and the premier guide for discovering new and significant artists in rock, blues, roots and folk, is the non-commercial, member-supported radio service of the University of Pennsylvania. WXPN produces World Cafe®, public radio’s most popular program of popular music hosted by David Dye and syndicated by NPR, and the Peabody Award winning Kids Corner hosted by Kathy O’Connell. WXPN also produces the XPN2 Singer-Songwriter Radio stream as its secondary radio channel in HD that is also available online. WXPN serves the greater Philadelphia area at 88.5 FM, the Lehigh Valley at 104.9, Worton/Baltimore at 90.5 FM, Lancaster/York at 88.7 FM, Harrisburg at 99.7 FM and the world via online streaming at XPN.org.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - WXPN (88.5 FM), the noncommercial public radio station from the University of Pennsylvania, offers up the diversity and depth of Philadelphia's music scene on a new limited edition CD titled "XPN Philly Local - Right On Track." Featuring 20 tracks from musicians showcased on WXPN, the CD is available now through February 8 exclusively as part of the WXPN Winter Fund Drive.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - WXPN, the non-commercial radio station from the University of Pennsylvania, has selected its second in the XPN Artists To Watch series for 2005 - the Nashville-based band Blue Merle. On Monday, January 31 in the four o'clock hour, host David Dye will present the first of the month-long series of on-air segments showcasing Blue Merle to the WXPN audience.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - Long recognized as an incubator for nurturing talented emerging musicians, WXPN the non-commercial radio from the University of Pennsylvania, underscores its commitment to seeking and showcasing the best new musicians with the launch of a monthly XPN Artists To Watch series. Today around 4pm host David Dye will announce January's pick - the self-proclaimed "alternative soul" singer Danielia Cotton.
Location: Hajoca Building -- 3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Size: 40,000 square feet
Project Cost: $15 Million
Developer: Dranoff Properties
Architects: Bower Lewis Thrower Architects, DAS Architects and Meyer Associates
Contractor: INTECH Construction
The new venue, World Cafe Live, features a live music cafe and a 350-person music hall, both with full food and beverage service. It also shares the building that is the new home for WXPN, the public radio station that produces World Cafe®.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Mural Arts Program announces an exciting collaboration with WXPN (88.5 FM) to create Sounds of Philadelphia, a series of murals paying tribute to Philadelphia’s great musical heritage. Each mural will have a distinct theme including blues and jazz, rap and spoken word, sounds of the 1950s and 60s, and the singer-songwriter movement.
Partnership between WXPN and Musicians On Call makes Philadelphia the first expansion city for a unique outreach program that helps patients with the healing process through live, bedside performances by local musicians.
Philadelphia, Pa. July 19, 2004 Today WXPN announced the launch of ‘WXPN Musicians On Call,’ a non-profit initiative that will help patients in Philadelphia hospitals feel better through the healing power of live music.
Castellini brings to the position a wide variety of marketing, promotions, and broadcast operations experience. During her four years at WXPN she has helped raise the profile of the nationally syndicated World Cafe program, booking a long list of top name performers on the show. Castellini’s radio management experience includes the role of program director for WXDX in Pittsburgh where the station more than doubled its market share during her tenure.