StoryCorps began in 2003, dedicated to presenting everyday Americans with the opportunity to record and share their stories. Their method is simple: get two people … Read More
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.
In 1974, a local broadcasting station, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR), gathered a small audience in a college auditorium for its first broadcast of A Prairie … Read More
When a tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma last May, public radio was there. Amidst the devastation and confusion, reporters from local stations KOSU and KGOU … Read More