Do you produce a local talk show?
PRPD and WAMU are proposing a dialogue between stations and national producers to address the ways weekend programming can best serve the news consumer.
Think you have a compelling take on how to improve public radio’s content and community service? Are there tough conversations you’re having at the station level that you’d like to navigate with your peers? Please consider this a personal invitation to pitch us riveting sessions that drive the big issues facing public radio forward.
Four positions will be up for election this year. One seat is open due to term limits and three board members are running to maintain their seats on the board.
Weren't able to attend? Want to hear it again?
Edison Research and NPR are proud to show PRPD never-before-seen information on how audio has changed now that we have completed five full years of the Share of Ear study.
We are very interested in continuing the conversations that were sparked in the webinar. Where do YOU think the Core Values should go next? What are the best ways to socialize and implement these ideas? Do we need to adjust the Core Values, or create new insights, to use them in attracting and serving new audiences?
Are the Core Values still relevant?
We’ve heard you loud and clear that more opportunities to collaborate and brainstorm are imperative to overcoming the challenges you face in your daily work. To help with that goal, we've created online discussion forums for News/Talk, Classical, Jazz, and AAA stations.
PRPD seeks a President & CEO to head the leading membership association representing and supporting quality content and audience service throughout the public radio media system.