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Articles tagged public radio (51)

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Eric Athas    February 5, 2014
What happens to sharing when you break the most remarkable 30 seconds out of a 10-minute audio piece?
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Justin Ellis    February 4, 2014
With funding from Knight Foundation and Kickstarter donors, PRX is trying to create an environment where “high-quality, story-driven” shows like Roman Mars’ 99% Invisible, can thrive.
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Sarah Darville    July 15, 2013
Public media invested significant resources into building Local Journalism Centers that could unite multiple stations in reporting on the same topic. The results have been a mixed bag.
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Jan Schaffer    July 11, 2013
“When you start creating more local content, the audience expects that content to be better.”
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Jan Schaffer    July 9, 2013
The St. Louis Beacon is one of the nation’s most prominent local news nonprofits. St. Louis Public Radio has a substantial audience. What can they do together?
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Justin Ellis    July 9, 2013
The new PRX Remix app offers a window into an alternate universe of public media, where podcasts and independent productions enjoy pride of place and serendipity is the organizing principle.
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Justin Ellis    February 11, 2013
Thorn hopes the show, which focuses on culture and interviews, will be a good fit for NPR weekends.
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Justin Ellis    January 16, 2013
The immersive multimedia documentary, built using Zeega, tells the story of the impact of oil drilling in North Dakota.
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Andrew Phelps    September 17, 2012
His worry for local stations: Without jumping on digital opportunities, someday soon they “will be revealed as rather pedestrian repeaters of national content.”
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Justin Ellis    August 27, 2012
The international news startup wants to make global stories more relatable by finding connections to U.S. audiences.
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Andrew Phelps    June 8, 2012
Tom and Ray Magliozzi endure, 35 years on, because they act like no one but themselves.
Brian Boyer
“I’m a project manager masquerading as a programmer masquerading as a journalist,” Boyer says.
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Users already spend a lot of time in the Flipboard app, and if past data is any indication, audio could keep people “flipping” a lot longer.
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Andrew Phelps    April 27, 2012
The network is apparently taking a page from agile software development, creating radio programs in “permanent beta” to reach new audiences.