Public Radio is an informational, educational, and entertainment medium not dedicated to turning a profit. Instead, it provides programming that is a service to the community and that is not available elsewhere. The structure of this category and its sub categories is roughly as follows. Local public radio stations and radio show web sites sit in the main directory, with international, national, or regional networks getting their own sub categories. As times goes on, should the number of local stations become unwieldy, a separate sub category should be created for them.
Non-profit corporation founded in 1993, providing public broadcasting to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard since 2000. List of staff and board members, link to news.
News and information; classical, jazz and traditional music.
A public broadcaster, specializing in eclectic and educational radio programming. Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta.
A biweekly newspaper about Public Television and Public Radio in the United States.
Timeline of developments in public TV and radio in the United States.
Daily independent news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, airing on over 800 stations.
Home of Echoes, a nightly music soundscape heard on public radio stations across the United States.
New age music radio show.
Weekly interview program with dramatic sketches produced by The Independent Eye, on the theme of personal journeys. Audio archive of all programs; CDs available.
Serves the Monterey area in California. Affiliated with PRI.
A shared site for South Texas Public Broadcasting System, Inc., KEDT Radio and Television.
Affiliate of the National and Public Radio International and AIROS Networks in Ignacio, Colorado.
An Internet newsletter: news about their current programs.
Non-profit company distributing audio stories of everyday lives produced by Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister. Extensive audio archives, with images.
Multicultural non-profit production organization based in Portland, Oregon, creating theatre and Internet visuals as well as radio shows in support of alternative lifestyles. Audio/visual archives.
Explores subjects such as social, political, scientific, ecological, and spiritual frontiers through deep dialogues.
Daily evening news program.
American Public Media's Performance Today features live concerts by famous artists in concert halls around the globe and from the American Public Media studios as well as interviews, news and features. Performance Today audiences, on any given day, may hear from performances in the great concert halls of New York, Prague, London, Berlin and Paris.
Features a database of program listings for hundreds of public radio stations around the world. Includes audio links.
Radio Bilingue, a non-profit radio network with Latino control and leadership is the only national distributor of Spanish-language programming in public radio.
Station map, program list, schedule and live broadcast stream
Provides an overview of the separate networks and links to them, national frequency guide, sound archives, and links to streaming audio.
Dick Estell brings newly published books into the homes and automobiles of America for 30 minutes each day.
Central Virginia public radio essayist Janis Jaquith's website. Here you can find her essays in text and audio formats.
Radio stories ranging from hard investigative to the evocative experiential documentary.
Los Angeles radio station KCRW takes its popular alternative music programming, Morning Becomes Eclectic, to the web with a best-of version of the latest artists, live performances, and interactive approach to radio online.
The public education and outreach arm of the University of Texas McDonald Observatory. English and Spanish radio programs air daily.
Professional association of audio producers offers membership categories, podcast, mailing list, and member directory.
Information on the troupe's radio shows, broadcast four times a year.
Two-hour interview program about social, political and cultural issues.
Provides facilities for exchanging audio content between public radio stations, including licensing services, downloadable material, streaming audio, and programming suggestions.
News show produced by North Carolina Public Radio.
A showcase and workshop for creating new work for public radio.
Daily news broadcast (Monday through Friday) in text and streaming audio formats. Archives available.
News, program schedules, and information about Vermont's statewide public radio network.
WAMC/Northeast Public Radio is a regional public radio network serving parts of seven northeastern United States.
Boston's NPR station broadcasts New England News and related programs and features programs such as Only A Game, Here and Now, The Connection, BBC News and BBC World Service programs overnight.
Community radio for the lower Hudson River valley of New York
The Voice of Arts in Dayton, Ohio FM 88.1 West Carrolton - Dayton, FM 89.9 WDPG Greenville
WEOS is a broadcast service of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, with NPR, PRI, Pacifica programming, new music, and local event coverage.
A fully live national 2-hour radio variety show hosted every weekend by Sedge Thomson and featuring author interviews, music, and comedy.
WLRN Public Radio and Television are National Public Radio and PBS member stations licensed to the School Board of Miami-Dade County, serving South Florida - from Broward County to the Florida Keys.
From Maple Knoll Village Retirement Center, member-supported, educational, public radio broadcasting music and talk dealing with seniors, aging, Health and Wellness.
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