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Help Send WWOZ Love to WFMU

WFMU General Managar Ken Freedman biking into the station.
WFMU General Managar Ken Freedman biking into the station.

When New Orleans flooded after Hurricane Katrina, 90.7 fell silent as our station was damaged and our staff and show hosts were scattered around the country. We were saved when WFMU threw us a lifeline. They set up a stream and broadcasted pre-recorded shows that our hosts sent in from their evacuation outposts. Without WFMU, it would have been months before we were back on air.

Now it's our turn to help WFMU. Hurricane Sandy did thousands of dollars of damage to WFMU, and timed it just right to force WFMU to cancel their biggest annual fundraiser: the beloved WFMU Record Fair. Please send whatever you can to help out WFMU to say thanks for all they did for 'OZ! The online donation form below goes straight to WFMU!

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