After moving its headquarters to downtown Springfield, Mass., the public radio network launched its initiative to bring stories of the city’s diverse communities to its air.
The “crazy idea” of the NPR show’s week with young journalists came off without a hitch.
By Henry Schneider , Contributing Editor | August 10, 2015
The app seeks to broaden Youth Radio’s audience and increase engagement with its stories.
By Andrew Lapin , Freelance Contributor | September 4, 2013
Youth Radio, the Oakland, Calif.–based media-training center that partners with public radio, launched its new website Aug. 9.
By Andrew Lapin , Freelance Contributor | November 20, 2012
Oakland-based Youth Radio paid a visit to the White House Nov. 19, as First Lady Michelle Obama awarded the nonprofit for its work training inner-city youth in arts, journalism and multimedia production.