Whether you’re an all-music station, a mixed format, or all-news, we’d like to inspire you to find ways to connect with your local communities — and possibly bring in new listeners and members — by partnering creatively with local musicians and music lovers alike.
In past decade, PRTS has been instrumental in identifying trends in technology and helping public radio stations navigate both the landscape contour and how to maneuver through it. Whether you’re a public radio News/Talk, AAA, Classical, or Jazz station, PRTS 2019 is loaded with great data your station can put into use. It is essential for planning as you weather these turbulent times.
After a national search, Public Radio Program Directors, Inc. is proud to announce that longtime public radio manager Abby Goldstein has been named its next President & Executive Director.
Considering the PRPD Content Conference? Consider this.
Just over a month ago, in partnership with WAMU, PRPD initiated a major new collaboration. We proposed that with some minor format changes, public radio can become a more reliable destination for news consumers. We asked for your input and support—and the response has been hugely encouraging. Here's a few updates.
PRPD is excited to partner once again with Jacobs Media on Public Radio Techsurvey 2019 (PRTS 2019)
The webinar recording, slide deck, and sample materials are available now.
PRPD is accepting proposals for general and breakout sessions until March 29. We want to hear YOUR idea. Yes, you!
The deadline to join dozens of stations, representing every region and market size, in the Weekend Project closes this Friday, March 29.