The “Florida Public Radio Emergency Network” or “FPREN,” can be considered public radio’s most ambitious and successful effort in serving coastal states, providing public media audiences with critically important lifesaving multiplatform content before, during, and after hurricanes and other significant weather events.

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President Signed Bill That Funds Public Media

By Cait Beroza |

Public Media Funded FY 2018

President Signed Bill That Fully Funds Public Media President Trump signed the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 omnibus appropriations bill into law, which provides full funding … Read More

President’s Budget Eliminates Public Media Funding

By Cait |

President Donald Trump’s annual budget proposal eliminates public media funding. Specifically, the budget eliminates funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), which distributes critical … Read More

House Committee Advances Public Media Funding

By Cait Beroza |

Wednesday, July 19, 2017, was a critically important day for public media funding, with House Committees acting on two bills affecting local stations. House Labor, … Read More

House Bill Defunds Interconnection

By Cait Beroza |

Interconnection Funding

Yesterday, a House Subcommittee passed its Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 draft bill, with mixed results for your local stations. The draft bill provided full funding … Read More

Celebrating Public Media Volunteers

By Cait |

Public Media Volunteers

I’m Dorothy Pacella, Chair of the National Friends of Public Broadcasting. It gives me great pleasure to celebrate public media volunteers throughout the country during … Read More