While joking with the NPR folks is always fun, our own public radio mugs deserve another look. Our special Henson H915 camera reveals our inner Muppet or Sesame Street character for your enjoyment. Maybe they’ll make you laugh…or just make you pitiful. Either way, we hope you’ll keep allowing us to make public media possible by becoming a member or renewing during our Spring 2013 fund drive. Thank you!

Muppets on the Radio

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One Response to Faces for Radio Revisited: KRCC Spirit Muppets

  1. Steph says:

    Too cute. Seems like you have so much fun. 🙂

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