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WVIA Skill for Amazon Echo & Dot

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There are now more ways to listen to WVIA’s 3 great radio channels than ever before! And you don’t even have to turn on a radio anymore!

The Amazon Dot is a voice activated device that can act as a personal assistant in your home. You ask it questions and it will give you answers: What is the weather forecast? Who won the game last night? It can even play WVIA-FM for you.

Now for anyone who owns an Amazon Echo or Amazon Dot, we encourage you to add the WVIA skill to your device, so listening to WVIA-FM is just a simple voice command away.

All you do is say:

  • Alexa, ask WVIA to play FM” to hear our main channel: Morning Edition, classical music, All Things Considered, Fresh Air, All That Jazz, Mixed Bag
  • Alexa, ask WVIA to play HD 2” to hear many other public radio programs
  • Alexa, ask WVIA to play HD 3” to hear jazz on The Chiaroscuro Channel

The Echo and Dot can play all three WVIA FM channels for you with ease.

As a thank you for supporting WVIA-FM this drive you can receive an Amazon Dot when you give a donation of $150.

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