How does public radio’s midday program stay agile -- and one step ahead -- of today’s news cycle? Here & Now Co-Hosts Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson kick-off opening day at PRPD in the nation’s capital with a deep-dive on politics with regular contributors to the show.
Al Letson will dig deep with New Yorker writers Kelefa Sanneh and Sarah Stillman about how journalism can best serve the public good by maintaining a strong stance in its relationship to institutional power.
There are facts, there is the truth and Virginia Prescott wants Brooke Gladstone to walk us through the minefield that we call journalism.
The Public Media Futures Forum is collaborating with Current to collect a library of "Local that Works" case studies and model projects. Together, they are sponsoring a national competition to find and reward the best new ideas. This session will present some of the breakthrough cases they have identified.
In this session, Eric Nuzum shares techniques he has used at NPR and Audible to focus and motivate managers and teams to do their best work.
Has your station established contingency plans for a variety of natural disasters, mass casualty incidents, active shooter situations, accidents and circumstances that may require your staff to evacuate your building? Learn from the people who have led teams through these situations - in small and large shops.
Join attorneys from the firm Garvey Schubert Barer for a lively discussion of some of the rewards and perils of intellectual property rights.
This session offers concrete strategies to ensure your station is on the radar screen when people are in the mood for classical music. This session is produced in partnership with Classical Music Rising.
The show has been showered with praise over the years, from your listeners to former President Barack Obama, who awarded Terry a 2015 National Humanities Medal. At this lunch the tables will be turned. NPR’s Sam Sanders, host of the new radio show It’s Been a Minute, will interview Terry about her career and her connection with her guests.
Join us for a lunch conversation with host David Brancaccio and BBC’s Anu Anand, the new host of this reshaped first feed. Marketplace’s Molly Wood will talk with them about how Marketplace Morning Report from BBC World Service will expand the scope and insight of economic news and trends for U.S. audiences, and why it’s essential to understanding our rapidly changing world.