Representing more than 800 stations, networks, producers, and professionals dedicated to the art and science of public radio programming, PRPD leads THE content conversation in public radio through the ONLY national convening devoted solely to public radio content and programming.
The Public Radio Content Conference is the most vital opportunity for public radio program directors, producers, executives, and decision makers to gather, network, and lead the discussion of content and programming issues.
March 4, 2019 – Call for session Ideas
March 29, 2019 – Deadline to submit session Ideas
April 1, 2019 – Registration opens
April 22, 2019 - Conference preview
June 24, 2019 – Early bird registration closes
July 8, 2019 – Full agenda announced
July 27, 2019 – Late registration rate in effect
August 2, 2019 – Deadline for booking hotel room at the PRPD rate.
*subject to change
In these complex and challenging times, running a nonprofit news operation presents unique obstacles and opportunities. These sessions will help you make sense of some of those issues.
#PRPD19 is Gonna be
PRPD19 has so much cool stuff for music stations that if you don't already work at one you're going to wish you did when it's over.
Think big. Now, think bigger.
If you haven’t made plans to attend the only public radio conference dedicated exclusively to programming and content, don’t wait another minute. STANDARD REGISTRATION ENDS ON JULY 26! Here's a glimpse of what's in store and some ways you can participate.
This year’s PRPD conference is shaping up and here are some great reasons for you to attend.
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For many of us in public radio, the PD Workshop is a game-changer that not only accelerates knowledge, but builds confidence and creates a class of cohorts that we stay in touch with throughout our careers.
Highlights from the upcoming Content Conference in Minneapolis, August 26 - 29.
Tanya Ott is stepping out of the PD Workshop line-up this year...
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