After thoughtful research and planning, “Urban Alternative” began in 2016, we'll meet the people managing these new stations and learn about their journey.
Join us for practical tips and real-world examples of stations who put the news and music first during their on-air fundraising campaigns.
This panel will share advice on working effectively and ethically with independent journalists.
In this session, experienced editors will show you how to get the most out of edits on deadline, and share best practices they’ve learned for making stories sing.
In this Local That Works session we will feature three distinct local service elements that could inspire you to think in new ways about how "to be more local" in your market.
In this session, Magnificent Noise co-founder and former NPR and station programmer Eric Nuzum provides an inspiring view on where public radio sits in the wave of change in audio, along with the pitfalls and opportunities that lay ahead--all seen through seven actionable ideas that creators and programmers can use today to make their public service more relevant than ever.
As public radio stations across the country work to develop their own daily news podcasts, news leaders Jill Jackson and Brendan Sweeney from member station KUOW in Seattle will share learnings, challenges and the great fun they experienced in the development of Seattle Now.
NPR will share the findings of its nationwide study that uncovered the six core segments of news consumers.
Over this year, member stations in California, the Gulf Coast region and the Midwest are working with NPR to form new regional hubs in these areas of the country. Join Bruce Auster, NPR’s Senior Director of the Collaborative Journalism Network, and others for an update on what’s next with this important project.
As we leave this virtual gathering of public media news and content leaders, we hope this session will empower you as you return to your stations.