Want to use your love for Hampton Roads to impact the community?
Want to use your interests and passions to help WHRO respond to local issues?
Then WHRO's Community Advisory Board is for you!
The mission of the Community Advisory Board is to serve the local community, WHRO/WHRV's audiences, viewers, and supporters and to ensure the stations provide quality, responsive, and independent noncommercial broadcasting services in compliance with section 396 (k)(B) of theCommunications Act.
Application for 2017-2018 Community Advisory Board is now open.
WHRO's Community Advisory Board (CAB) is the station's "eyes and ears" in the community.
> As members of the community WHRO serves, their role is to alert the station to emerging needs and trends of the Hampton Roads area and share suggestions, ideas, and observations with station management.
> As viewers and listeners of WHRO content, their role is to offer feedback regarding programming and suggestions for topics that are important to the community and station initiatives.
Public media has a long-standing commitment to be responsive to the interests of people both in particular localities and throughout the United States. To help ensure that we never lose touch with the people we serve, every public media station is required by law to have a community advisory board. WHRO’s Community Advisory Board (CAB) meets quarterly to share input and advice on programming priorities and community services. This feedback is important as we strive to serve our community and respond to local issues. Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe these meetings. All meetings are held at WHRO's Norfolk Offices at 5200 Hampton Blvd, Norfolk, VA 23508.
Mary Joe Wilfong
John Miller -Vice Chair
2016-2017 Meeting Dates
September 13, 2016
December 13, 2016
March 14, 2017
June 13, 2017
All meetings take place at WHRO:
5200 Hampton Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23508
6:00 to 7:30 PM
Unless otherwise specified