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Help make our reporting better.

A key part of NHPR’s reporting  is… you! You can help shape NHPR's coverage of the news by taking one or more of our newsroom surveys. Your responses will be used to guide our reporting on topics from coronavirus to climate change, and could spark story ideas we never would have thought of on our own. (Yes, I really do read all of the survey responses and emails you send us. The best part of my day is hearing from our audience!)

Click here to read some of the stories we’ve produced because readers and listeners responded to our surveys and asked questions.

Do you have a thought on a topic that isn’t addressed in our surveys, or a question about our engagement journalism? Send us an email at voices@nhpr.org.

Thanks for contributing to NHPR. We can’t wait to hear from you.

Zoey Knox, Community Engagement Producer

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Hoping to submit a show idea for the Exchange? Submit your idea, and share your thoughts on the show, here.

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Since the start, your voices have informed our coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve heard from young people delaying college, parents juggling work and remote school and people finding new ways to stay busy in retirement

  

The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 a.m. and is rebroadcast at 9 p.m. weekdays.

We want to hear your feedback on The Exchange. Whether you listen on air, online or to our podcast, fill out our survey and help shape the future of The Exchange.

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After a fraught election season, Joe Biden is poised to be sworn in as the next president of the United States alongside Kamala Harris as vice president. As the country prepares for a new presidential administration to take over, we want to hear from you.

What are your biggest concerns as President-elect Joe Biden takes office, and what are your hopes?

COURTESY LAURIE MCGOWAN

2020 has been a more eventful year than any of us could have imagined. And it can be hard to even remember all of the events that took place in the news in light of all of the changes we made in our lives: vacations cancelled, schools closed, jobs lost, holidays spent without family.

As part of NHPR’s year-end series, Hindsight, we asked our audience to tell us how their lives have changed due to COVID-19, what they learned, and what their silver linings have been during what has been a tough year for so many of us. 

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NHPR’s new climate change reporting project, By Degrees, begins in the midst of a global pandemic, mass protests against systemic racism, a presidential transition and an economic crisis. 

The incoming Biden administration has promised to combat climate change, while New Hampshire lags behind its neighbors on similar legislation. In many ways, climate change has taken a backseat as governments deal with the social and economic costs of the coronavirus.

We need your help to tell new stories about how Granite Staters are experiencing climate change at this historic moment. How has climate change affected your life, and how have you responded? In what ways are you observing climate change in New Hampshire? What questions do you have?

Sara Plourde / NHPR

The coronavirus pandemic has upended the education system across the country, and in New Hampshire. 

NHPR’s “COVID & the Classroom” tells the stories of how Granite Staters are weighing the necessity of employment and school with the realities of the pandemic. And we want to hear from you.

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With a national election nearly upon us, you may have questions or concerns about the voting process, transitions of power and leadership, how cabinet members are picked, or any number of other civics questions. Civics 101 is here to help!

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NHPR presentará una serie de debates en octubre antes de la elección el 3 de noviembre.

Los debates entre candidatos serán transmitidos en vivo en The Exchange en NHPR de 9 a 10 a.m. El programa se llama "Election 2020: The Exchange Candidate Debates from NHPR."  También serán transmitidos por el Facebook Live de NHPR y en NHPBS en otra fecha. Se anunciarán pronto las fechas oficiales de los debates. 

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NHPR will host a series of debates in October, leading up to the Nov. 3 election.

Election 2020: The Exchange Candidate Debates from NHPR will air live during The Exchange on NHPR from 9-10 am. They will also broadcast on NHPR Facebook Live, and will air on NHPBS at a later date. The dates for the debates are as follows: 

CD1: Wednesday, 10/7

CD2: Tuesday, 10/13

US Senate: Thursday, 10/15

Governor: Tuesday, 10/20

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As students from across the country return to college in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Public Radio wants to hear how the return to campus is going.

Take a few minutes to tell us how it’s been. If you’re a student, do you feel comfortable back on campus? Is your college cracking down on gatherings?

Or are you a professor or staff member at a college? Are you worried about your safety, or even your job security?

If you can't see the embedded survey below, click here for a better experience.

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Leading up to the 2020 New Hampshire presidential primary, NHPR tried something different: We invited you to tell us how we should cover the election. 

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We know you have questions about COVID-19, and our newsroom wants to help get you answers. Ask a question below, and you may hear the answer on The Exchange or as part of a news story, or you could see the answer on our updated FAQ page.

Your question can be about health, the economic impacts of the pandemic, what rules you should be following, or anything else related to this unprecedented time.