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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Senate Spending Bill Includes Public Media Funding

By Cait Beroza |

Capitol

This week, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed a Fiscal Year 2019 spending bill that included funding for public media. The House Appropriations Committee postponed consideration … Read More

Interconnection: Delivering Your Programs and More

By Cait Beroza |

Interconnection Funding

What is public media’s interconnection system? Public media’s interconnection system is a distribution network that enables your local stations to deliver your favorite programs, the … Read More

People-Driven Public Radio

By Staci Drouillard. Development Director, WTIP North Shore Community Radio |

WTIP-FM

WTIP volunteers, Tyler Howell and Barb Heideman, broadcasting live during the “Shine On” Summer Membership Drive in 2013. WTIP Community Radio has served the North … Read More

WHRO Stands With Veterans Everyday

By Cait |

On Veteran’s Day, we celebrate the bravery of those who have served in our armed forces and applaud the sacrifices they’ve endured to protect our … Read More