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.
PRPD President Jody Evans has elected not to renew her contract and will be departing the national service organization in the late spring of 2019.
The Cronkite School at Arizona State University is seeking applicants for the Editorial Integrity and Leadership Initiative, which will provide training for 100 editors to strengthen their ability to lead public media’s growing newsrooms and collaborations while upholding the highest editorial standards. All expenses are paid.
For just a bit over an hour, The New York Times’ Theo Balcomb and Michael Barbaro walked PRPD18 attendees through the genesis and evolution of “The Daily.” The podcast is an unqualified success that’s now taking root on public radio stations and the crowd was primed to hear Balcomb and Barbaro share some of the ingredients in the secret sauce.
The podcast landscape has now gotten much more interesting. Google's new podcast strategy has the potential to dramatically change two areas that have hampered podcasting: recommendation and discovery.
Start planning now to attend the 2019 Content Conference in Minneapolis....
Community engagement has reached an inflection point. The promise of deeper, richer relationships with a wider cross section of our community has been smacking headlong into cynicism as local station leaders struggled to get started. Public radio stations can’t stay stuck in neutral any longer.