Universal Subscribers to Current

These are the public media organizations (mostly stations) that have opted for our Universal subscription program, which empowers all of employees to access Current any time, anywhere and on any device.

If your employer is listed here but for some reason you aren’t able to read Current online, please give us a shout so that we can investigate for you:

      • Alaska Public Media
      • American Public Television
      • Capital Public Radio
      • ideastream
      • Illinois Public Media
      • Iowa Public Radio
      • KCETLink
      • KCPT
      • KCRW
      • KCUR
      • KERA
      • KETC/Nine Network
      • KLRU
      • KNKX
      • KNME/New Mexico PBS
      • KPCC/SCPR
      • KUED
      • KUEN
      • KUER
      • KUOW
      • KUSC
      • KVIE
      • Market Enginuity
      • Montana PBS
      • NET Nebraska
      • New Hampshire Public TV
      • NPR
      • Oregon Public Broadcasting
      • PBS
      • PBS Hawaii
      • Prairie Public Broadcasting
      • Rocky Mountain PBS
      • St. Louis Public Radio
      • TPT: Twin Cities PBS
      • Vegas PBS
      • WAMU
      • WBUR
      • WEDU
      • WETA
      • WFDD
      • WGBH, WGBY, PRI
      • WGCU
      • WGTE
      • WHRO
      • WKU Public Radio
      • WMHT
      • WNED
      • WNYC
      • WOSU
      • WPTD/ThinkTV
      • WRTI
      • WSKG
      • WTVP
      • WUCF
      • WUSF
      • WVIA
      • WVPB
      • WXPN
      • WXXI
      • WYES

      So, if your employer isn’t listed here, your station or company may have purchased a limited group subscription instead, say for five or 10 staffers total. If you aren’t included in that group, let your boss (or your boss’s boss or your boss’s boss’s boss) know just how important Current is to you and ask to receive access as a professional benefit. Tell them Current is essential to your job. It keeps you informed and connected to public media. And it makes you happy!

      And, if they won’t pay for your digital subscription to Current, well, do it yourself. You can always claim it as a work-related expense on your taxes.*

      *Obvious disclaimer: We at Current aren’t tax accountants, so we can’t really promise this, but we think it’s a damn good idea.