| July 8, 2022
“We are no longer able to sustain support of In the Dark and we are immediately beginning to explore opportunities to find a new home — either for the entire enterprise, outside of APMG or for the talented journalists, within APMG,” a spokesperson said.
| March 11, 2022
Dave Kansas will leave his position as president of American Public Media as part of the restructuring.
| October 19, 2021
Stations in Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Jackson, Miss., will join the CPB-supported Urban Alternative format with the goal of reaching new listeners.
| December 22, 2020
Current and former employees of the Triple A station say they’re troubled by a lack of staff diversity and a clear mission statement, as well as “tension between who we are and who we’re allowed to be.”
| November 17, 2020
MPR plans to hire a community engagement officer and hold diversity trainings for newsroom staff.
| September 25, 2020
The efforts come amid personnel controversies and calls for change within the broader organization.
| September 11, 2020
McQueen was the sole Black host on the syndicated music service.
| June 16, 2020
The organization is also ending the podcast “The Hilarious World of Depression.”
| June 2, 2020
The program aired on 342 stations across the country.
| May 13, 2020
About two dozen staffers have agreed to separate from the organization or take furloughs.
| April 17, 2020
“We are experiencing the biggest financial test in our 53-year history,” American Public Media Group CEO Jon McTaggart told staff.
| April 8, 2020
Drew will be the first permanent president of MPR.
| November 15, 2019
The new season of the live call-in show will focus on the Midwestern counties that swung from blue to red in 2016.
| February 14, 2019
Support from Minnesota Public Radio is enabling a website covering the state’s immigrant communities to expand into a full-time venture for its founder.
| July 24, 2018
Three longtime “A Prairie Home Companion” employees lost their jobs.
| June 28, 2018
Public radio news directors hear from colleagues and experts on preventing, and responding to, harassment in newsrooms.
| June 22, 2018
Several public media fundraisers take on a question submitted for our Currently Curious series: Why don’t public broadcasters coordinate on a national pledge drive?
| April 10, 2018
APMG is recruiting a full-time mental health reporter and will integrate coverage of mental health issues into podcasts and on its music stations.
| April 5, 2018
He also expressed interest in reviving tours of “A Prairie Home Companion.”
| April 3, 2018
The stream will highlight “the roots and fruits of the Purple Family Tree.”