Anna Ste. Marie

Audience Services Associate

Anna Ste. Marie joined VPR in 2017 as Audience Services Associate. Prior to that, she interned with Vermont Edition while receiving her B.A. in Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts from St. Michael’s College in 2016. She is a self-published author and avid traveler, most recently spending three months in Uganda volunteering at an orphan home. Anna grew up in Troy, Vermont and now resides in Burlington. 

Ways to Connect

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In recent months we’ve heard from more people using Alexa and similar "smart speakers" to listen to Vermont Public Radio. We're using this post to give you the latest information along with tips for the easiest ways to use Alexa to hear the latest VPR news, music and podcasts.

It's Been A Minute with Sam Sanders debuts on VPR Saturday, October 7
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Listen for It’s Been A Minute from NPR on Saturdays at 10 a.m. beginning Saturday, October 7. 'It's been a minute' is another way of saying 'let's catch up.' Host Sam Sanders does just that in this weekly conversation with journalists, newsmakers, and listeners about news, popular culture and everything in between. 

One of public radio's most popular shows, Car Talk, will end production on September 30, 2017.
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If laughter is the best medicine, Saturday mornings on VPR have been our tonic for the weeks’ stresses and the world’s woes. From brakes, ignitions and fuel pumps to mysterious noises and smells, to romance and parenting, Tom and Ray Magliozzi have shared wisdom and laughter Saturday mornings on Car Talk.

It's Been A Minute with Sam Sanders will air on VPR Saturdays at 10 a.m. beginning October 7, 2017.
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Changes are coming to VPR's program schedule in October 2017. Here’s everything you need to know about the new programs and when to listen.

Wooden Dinosaur will record a concert for our series Live From The For on Thursday, August 24..
Hart and Sol Photography | Illustration by Anna Ste. Marie / VPR

We're recording the next  Live From The Fort performance and you’re invited to be part of the audience! Come hang out in VPR’s Studio One for a live performance by the stripped-down and soulful Brattleboro-based folk group, Wooden Dinosaur on August 24. Doors open at 6 p.m., music starts at 7 p.m

Reuben Jackson's listening party on July 20 will feature Brian McCarthy's new release, 'The Better Angels Of Our Nature'.
Photo: Seth Cashman / Illustration: Anna Ste. Marie / VPR

Listen now as Reuben Jackson speaks with local saxophonist, educator, composer, Brian McCarthy discussing material from his riveting new release The Better Angels Of Our Nature.

Chad Hollister Band will record a concert for our Live From The Fort series on Thursday, July 13.
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UPDATE 7/12: This event has been sold out. If you would like to be placed on our waiting list, please email astemarie@vpr.net.

Henry Epp is VPR's local host of All Things Considered.
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If you've turned on the evening news recently, you may have noticed a new voice behind the mic. That's Henry Epp, a life-long public radio listener and seasoned reporter who joined VPR as local host of All Things Considered in May. Get to know Henry in our latest Staff Spotlight!

The boom in podcast popularity may have you wondering: What exactly are podcasts, where do I find them, and how do I listen?