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“I believed that the more we served this community, the more successful we would be,” said PBS Charlotte’s GM.
The winner of Current’s Local That Works contest, Alaska Public Media’s “Community in Unity” events tackled topics including racism, immigration and incarceration.
The radio show and podcast, a finalist in Current’s Local That Works contest, explores a changing San Francisco through the people and institutions that intersect at street corners.
Text 413 Families brings innovative educational experiences to parents’ fingertips.
Series of conversations between prisoners and community members wins Current’s Local That Works contest
Alaska Public Media’s “Community in Unity” initiative aims to “get people who wouldn’t normally interact in the same room.”
By celebrating healthy babies and moms, Richland Source aimed to draw attention to its county’s infant mortality problem.
The music series is “intended to eliminate the formality and pretense often associated with classical music.”
Our panel of judges selected four projects that they believe deserve wider attention and adoption within public media.
Capital Public Radio’s “Story Circles” brought wildly diverse residents face to face to envision a way forward.