Prior to the NEA Representative Assembly in Boston, NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle conducted three phone-in radio interviews covering a wide range of topics.
Working with our media partners at NEA and Lyons Public Relations, radio interviews were arranged for NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle. On June 23, WOQK-FM aired her taped interview twice to an estimated audience of 2,153 listeners. Later that morning, WTSN-AM in Dover interviewed Megan live to an estimated broadcast audience of 2,605. Finally, on June 26, WMWV-FM in Conway aired a taped interview 2 times to 2,582 listeners. Over those 4 days, Megan’s 5 air-play interviews and NEA-NH message reached more than 7,300 people.
You can hear the interviews here:
WOKO-FM Interview (2 Taped Broadcasts, 6/23/2017, Length: 19:17)
WTSN-AM Interview (Live Broadcast, 6/23/2017, Length: 12:28)
WMWV-FM Interview (2 Taped Broadcasts, 6/26/2017, Length: 7:55)
“Letting everyone know the good news about public education in New Hampshire is important, and this was an opportunity to do just that,” said Tuttle. “There is a great deal of positive news that hardly ever gets reported. Opportunities like this allow us to help change the narrative around public education in New Hampshire.”