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WHYY

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WHYY, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate TV12 and WHYY FM, the public broadcasting stations serving southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and South Jersey.

TV12 is an award-winning producer of local and national public television programming and is the primary outlet for such staples as The Newshour With Jim Lehrer, Wall Street Week, Sesame Street, This Old House, and Nova.

WHYY FM is also an award-winning station, a National Public Radio member and the producer of Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and Voices in the Family with Dr. Dan Gottlieb, live, regularly scheduled, national programs originating in Philadelphia.

Photo: Burt Hill, Architects


Calendar of Events
The Beatles: 8 Days a Week Screening with Larry Kane
Tuesday, November 21
NPR’s Cokie Roberts with Fresh Air’s Dave Davies
Tuesday, November 28
Screening and Mock Trial: A Case of Deportation
Saturday, December 2
Screening and Mock Trial: The Case of The N-Word
Saturday, December 2
Reporting on Immigration with WHYY & Al-Bustan: Both Sides of the Story
Tuesday, December 5
Victoria Preview Screening at Delaware Historical Society
Sunday, December 10
An Evening of Elegance: Victoria Preview at Glen Foerd
Saturday, December 16
Victoria Afternoon Tea and Preview Screening
Saturday, January 6, 2018

Hours
WHYY offers public tours of its Technology Center every Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Please make your reservations 4 weeks in advance by contacting Harriet Blanchard at 215-351-1293 or hblanchard@whyy.org.

Visitor Information

WHYY
Independence Mall West
150 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 351-1200 phone

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American Philosophical Society Museum

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