Who subscribes to Current?
NPR, PBS, CPB, public radio and TV stations, people who work in public broadcasting and related fields, independent producers, businesses that offer services to stations, board members, retired pubmedia professionals, and some university libraries.
What is Wallit?
Wallit is the company that facilitates your access to Current and processes payment for Individual subscriptions. Here are the options for personal subscriptions:
What is a Universal subscription?
The Universal subscription provides employees across your company – regardless of rank or role – unlimited access to relevant and useful information that helps them succeed in their jobs. Universal is the most inclusive option – a benefit your staff will appreciate.
Why should my station get a Universal subscription?
- Organizations that opt for the Universal subscription pay much, much less per person than cost of a single subscriptions. Depending on the size of your workforce, that steep discount can range between 65% – 90% off the individual subscription rate.
- Universal subscription entitles your station to a 15% discount on job postings on publicmediajobs.org.
- Universal subscribers receive an exclusive coupon code to post internship opportunities on publicmediajobs.org for $50.
- Universal subscribers get priority access to the limited-capacity Public Media Career Fair.
- Universal stations may opt to include board members in their digital subscriptions at no additional cost.
You can check out the list of Universal subscribers here. If you would like to discuss getting the benefits of a Universal subscription for your organization, please contact Laura Rogers, email@example.com.