WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA – The Friends of Public Radio, Inc.’s Board of Directors is beginning a search for a new Station Manager. Michelle Rhinesmith has decided to return to her home state of Florida.
A Station Manager job posting will be made on WHQR’s website, whqr.org.
Jeff Barnes, Chair of the Friends of Public Radio Board of Directors, says, “The station has an excellent staff, an exciting and growing news department, and is in a strong financial position. We are looking forward to finding a new manager who will lead us to an even brighter future.”
WHQR Public Media is a non-profit, member-supported, community-based public radio station, broadcasting from Wilmington. A trusted source for NPR and local news, WHQR serves southeastern North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina with HQR News at 91.3fm and 98.9fm, and Classical HQR at 92.7fm, 96.7fm and 102.3fm. WHQR offers award-winning national and local news, music, entertainment and interaction to expand knowledge, encourage artistic appreciation, engage our community and promote civil discourse.
Interviews with WHQR board members are available upon request.