Keynote speaker announced! Kate O'Neill will be joining us this year at the Content Conference.
The Public Radio Program Directors Association is thrilled to present our first batch of content announcements.
This year's Content Conference will be the most format agnostic event in the organizations' history. It’s the premier gathering for content professionals in public radio and YOU should be there.
The submission window for the PRPD's 2018 Content Conference is now open!
Everything is changing and all of us are looking for tools as we try to keep up. That’s why PRPD is excited to partner once again with Jacobs Media on Public Radio Techsurvey 2018 (PRTS 2018). It will help inform your content creation, as well as your budgeting process, and it’s the most comprehensive, trackable survey available to all public radio stations in the U.S.
We are pleased to announce two exciting developments to the PRPD Board of Directors Roster.
CPB, NPR and PBS have negotiated new music rights agreements, in which CPB pays the music rights licensing fees on behalf of the public media system, thereby significantly reducing the overall costs.
Vital reminder from the law firm of Garvey Schubert Barer. Read this if you include 3d party content (photos, artwork, text, etc.) on your website or permit others to post such materials.
If so, you need to renew your Designation of Copyright Agent filing with the Copyright Office by 12/31/17. This is required in order to qualify for the safe harbor under the DMCA, which protects qualifying internet service providers from claims of third party copyright infringement if they timely register and follow certain steps upon receiving notice of a claimed infringement.
The challenge of tracking public radio listeners -- as the media and technology world is roiled by change -- is the central purpose of the Public Radio Techsurveys. For the past nine years, the Public Radio Program Directors Association has partnered with Jacobs Media to produce research that guides the system’s programmers, marketers, and managers as they face a future filled with challenges and opportunities.
November 30, 2017 is the first National Day of Station Air Checking. How are you going to improve your station's sound?