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Pride Month Programming

  • Friday, June 2 at 7 p.m. on FM 91 - Pride outLoud
    • The youth producers of outLoud Radio bring you an hour of stories about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and otherwise non-straight life.
  • Monday, June 5 at 7 p.m. on FM 91 Witness History: Pride Month
    • Go back in time to key events in history and hear the story of our times told by the people who were there. Read More

"The House That Love Built" Wins a Bronze Telly Award

TOLEDO, OHIO – May 25, 2023 –WGTE announced today its Toledo Stories documentary, “The House That Love Built”, is a Bronze Telly Winner in Television – Public Interest/Awareness in the record breaking 44th Annual Telly Awards. Read More

WGTE's Tom Jones Screener Event

We thank all 61 guests that attended our sneak peek screener event of MASTERPIECE: Tom Jones!  Host Cathy Kamenca enjoyed the in-depth conversation, answering a slew of great questions, giving away tons of prizes, giving a tour of WGTE's facility, and interacting with our incredible community.  You can always check out our events page to see what is coming up next and how else to engage with WGTE.  Any questions? Contact us! Read More

Public Media Giving Days

We're excited about Public Media Giving Days beginning May 1! Read More

Sanditon Word Search Puzzle

Love Sanditon? Try this fun word search puzzle and test your Sanditon knowledge!  Search for each clue’s answer in the grid. Answers can go in any direction and can share letters as they cross over each other.

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New WGTE HD Program "To The Point with Doni Miller"

“To The Point with Doni Miller” explores issues within the community and celebrates successes.
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Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of “Life As We Know It”

Many years ago, when my brothers and I were a lot younger, we did what siblings often do. We tossed what we considered to be clever insults at each other, all in good fun. They would tease me that as a print journalist I was in the wrong line of work. “You’ve got the perfect face for radio,” they would tell me. They were probably right, but I had newspaper ink in my blood and had no expectations of ever going over to the “other side,” the electronic media. Read More

Jazz Spectrum The Best of 2022 - Another New Sound of Surprise

By: Fritz Beyers

Late in the year, as the latest in a cycle of Indian Summers beckoned, confusing the flora and fauna and those of us assigned to nourish them, thanks to the good auspices of the irreplaceable Dave Douglas, I came upon Jump, the debut recording of the Argentinian saxophonist Julieta Eugenio.  Julieta recorded it for Greenleaf Music, the musician-friendly record label that Dave shepherds.  That connection was enough to get my attention, but it didn’t take thirty seconds listening to “Efes,” the opening track, to draw me in. Read More

New Toledo Stories: The House That Love Built

“Toledo Stories: The House That Love Built” tells the story Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Ohio 
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