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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11 Fascinating Facts About Julia Child

By Cait |

Julia Child on the set of "The French Chef" in 1970 (Tribune File photo, Alone, Chef 90th Birthday Anniversary, Television, Show, Cooking Program)

Today, we’re celebrating the anniversary of Julia Child‘s birthday. Julia brought French cuisine to American households with the debut of her cookbook Mastering the Art … Read More

#ICYMI: This Week’s Public Media Highlights

By Lauren |

Public media prides itself on providing a public service through high quality programming. Whether you are listening to an interview with your favorite comedian, learning about the latest … Read More

Public Media Teaches Me Photo Contest

By Cait |

It’s back to school time and Protect My Public Media is celebrating public media’s contributions to lifelong learning with a photo contest! You don’t need … Read More

The Winning Tote Bag Design is In!

By Cait |

THE WINNER Protect My Public Media‘s Design a Tote Bag Contest winner is here! Congratulations to WNIJ & Classical WNIU listener, Drew McConville, on creating … Read More