"I think we'd be less rich as a society if we didn't have public broadcasting."

Ginny Butler

Dayton, WA

“This is Ginny Butler from Dayton. I think we’d be less rich as a society if we didn’t have public broadcasting, for sure. I enjoy the music the most. That’s how I started listening but I think in the last twenty years it’s been for the news because it’s real reporting. And there isn’t a lot of opinion news on public broadcasting. It is news news, it’s the facts. And so, that’s what I enjoy the most now although I still listen to a lot of music.”


Producer Ash happily listens to Ginny Butler as she explains why she listens to public broadcasting. This photo was captured outside of The Dayton Depot on June 15, 2022.
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