What will NPR journalists risk to bring great tape and powerful storytelling to your listeners? No matter where our stories take us – whether overseas or into our own communities – NPR journalists put themselves on the line to bring home the stories that need to be told.
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The #1 name in business news, Marketplace is celebrating 25 years on the air. In honor of this milestone, we’re bringing a taste of what’s new at Marketplace to lunch, or maybe we should say Brunch
When historians look back on the 21st century, how will they characterize this era in human history? In the first 15 years, we've already witnessed dramatic events – from the shock of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to the rise of India and China as major players in the global economy to the déjà-vu of the recent moves by Russia to take over parts of Ukraine. Other issues such as economic inequality, environmental challenges, energy needs, immigration, technological advances, women’s rights, demographic changes, security/terrorism, nationalism, and religious freedom ripple across our communities and shape our everyday existence.
American Public Media invites you to join us for an evening with Garrison Keillor at PRPD. The public radio veteran will share his thoughts on A Prairie Home Companion, public radio and other musings from his nearly 40 years delighting audiences.
Alisa Miller, President and CEO of PRI, will highlight memorable milestones in our shared history - moments of station partnership and innovation that have spawned meaningful stories, services and structures for public media. From pioneering programming to groundbreaking entities, there's much to celebrate together.
Join us for a conversation with NPR president and CEO Gary E. Knell about his vision for the best possible future of public radio. Firing up the discussion will be the inimitable Ophira Eisenberg, host of NPR and WNYC’s new hit program Ask Me Another. You’re invited to share observations and ask challenging questions!