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NPR FM Berlin Listeners Offer Thoughts in a Revealing Survey

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A belated thanks to all of our NPR FM 104,1 listeners in Berlin who responded to our recent survey.

Roland Nienerza participated, and won an NPR Radio by Livio in a random drawing.

Many of you would like to hear more local Berlin/Brandenburg news. We'll soon be introducing a new blogger to expand coverage in this area.

You've told us that you'd also like to hear more stories about food, music, arts, and culture.

7 in 10 NPR Berlin listeners are U.S. expatriates, with English as their first language. 30% of NPR FM listeners are German citizens.

With a median age of just 44 years, 104,1 listeners are somewhat younger than comparable fans of U.S. stateside NPR member stations.

46% of NPR FM Berlin listeners use nprberlin.de, with our programming schedule and news stories mentioned as the most popular features.

We'll be holding an NPR FM Berlin winter membership drive between February 7 - February 18, 2011. Please support 104,1 with a pledge.

As many of you expressed in the listener survey comments: "I generally think NPR Berlin is doing a great job," "I love your programming and am really, really glad you're here!" and "Thank you for continuing to improve NPR Berlin."

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