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.
The deadline to register for PRTS 2019 is Monday, June 17.
Tanya Ott is stepping out of the PD Workshop line-up this year...
The webinar recording for PRPD's recent webinar is now available on demand.
We're pushing the Early Bird deadline back a few weeks - now extended to June 24.
There's only a few spots left for next week's webinar "Using Music to Strike a Chord with Your Listeners."
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.