As one of public media’s only music-based youth programs, The Music Lab at 88Nine Radio Milwaukee shows how with long-term investments, bold marketing and strong talent, the right partnerships can make community engagement sustainable, scalable and cool.
Events designed to bridge cultural and political divides have lasting effects on participants.
Since its launch two years ago, the Ode series has boosted Siouxland’s profile in the community, expanded its social media following and attracted new partners.
The station’s promotion of local filmmakers has drawn younger viewers and fueled pledge-drive success.
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At the 2017 Public Radio Program Directors conference, general managers from the stations shared insights about innovative strategies that powered growth.
WNIT added “EducationCounts_Michiana” to its local lineup in response to a lack of area reporting.
NCPR is building an open-source platform to collect photos of locals working from the earliest days of permanent settlement in the region to the present.