| September 30, 2019
During his 35 years at Indiana State Teachers College — now Indiana State University — Clarence “Doc” Morgan also trained scores of future broadcasters.
| August 27, 2019
To one viewer and parent, competitive pressures and fading institutional knowledge have compromised the show’s “gritty urban utopianism.”
| July 11, 2019
A group of bilingual radio stations founded in the late 1970s “helped distinguish Spanish-language and bilingual broadcasting as a form of advocacy.”
| June 5, 2019
From the 1940s to the 1970s, dozens of U.S. public radio stations featured French cultural programming that “let us know that the French people like us and vice versa.”
| May 14, 2019
“The tone of operations was business as usual in virtually every sense despite the strong waves of tear gas through the building.”
| February 12, 2019
Rusty Hassan has seen shows and stations come and go during his long career on Washington, D.C., airwaves, and he’s still at it.
| December 14, 2018
The globetrotting quality of public media is neither new nor politically neutral and has roots in the earliest days of American broadcasting.
| June 18, 2018
Current is happy to announce an update of our book
A History of Public Broadcasting, with a projected publication date of 2021.
| June 4, 2018
The pioneering series reminds us that public radio stations have always been important spaces for the production of creative sounds.
| March 1, 2018
The National Public Broadcasting Archives at the University of Maryland reflect an inherent dedication to preservation.