You and I are heirs to his legacy: The cycle of lifelong learning begins
with the young. His gentle example enables us to reach out all day, every
day, to touch audiences in our region through the programs and services
we broadcast and produce on- and off-air and on the Web.
As you interact with our programs and services - News and Public Affairs,
Arts and Culture, Children's, Adult Education and Wider Horizons - your
impact on us is critical to how we engage you. Whether you've joined the
WHYY circle through any of our platforms - TV12, 91FM, whyy.org or in
face-to-face Civic Space interactions - you allow us to do our jobs in
significant and meaningful ways.
As you read through the WHYY 2003 Annual Report, our first e-Report, for more in-depth information, remember: We couldn't have done it without you - the 125,000 members, as well as foundations, businesses and government agencies that made this year so special. To quote Mr. Rogers: "Thank you for anything that you do that allows people to know that they can make something fine of themselves, that they can use television not to be seduced but to be enhanced, that their lifelong education really matters, and that all of us together can make a valuable difference in this world of ours." Now, that's impact!