NPR recently conducted research among Black and Hispanic light/non-NPR users to help understand what is working and what needs to change to better appeal to these audiences. See the research results and takeaways that you can apply to your local audience development efforts.
In light of events at the New York Times regarding their hit series Caliphate and its connection to The Daily, a group of stations asked PRPD to lead a collective effort to make their concerns known.
Take a minute to explore some of our Frequently Asked Questions around getting ready for Let's Go Live! A Collaborative Public Media Summit.
Let's Go Live | A Collaborative Summit brought to you by PMJA and PRPD is set to take place September 21 through September 24th. The summit will bring lots of great content for everyone in public media. The full schedule for Let's Go Live was released on August 27th. You can find the full schedule below, or you can download a pdf version of the schedule HERE.
As always, the schedule is still subject to change.
The cost for members to attend the summit is $150 - with some great discounts for group registrations.
Registration is open for Let's Go Live! We have answers to some of your questions!
PRPD and PMJA team up to bring you a collaborative virtual summit.
PRPD is revising the schedule for upcoming Spring Training webinars and extending the submissions deadline for conference sessions ideas.
PRPD will be extending the submission deadline for session proposals for the 2020 PRPD Content Conference through April 3, 2020 at midnight Pacific time.
Here are some useful resources to help you draft your own emergency response plan and be prepared when it becomes necessary to act quickly.
This spring, PRPD rolls out a new webinar based training program designed to help you sound amazing every day, break after break.