Annual Choral Extravaganza Celebrates the Season

Choral music fans may rejoice as Classical 90.5 presents the Annual Christmas Choral Extravaganza on Sunday, December 7th at 3pm at St. Martin of Tours. This annual holiday kick-off event will bring the best community voices together to celebrate with… Read More

2008 Classical 90.5 Young Artists Winners' Recital

Young musicians from around the region performed at Louisville Public Media for the Classical 90.5 Young Artists Competition sponsored by PNC Wealth Management. The winners of this year’s competition were part of a winners’ recital on the live broadcast of… Read More

State of Affairs Explores Slavery in Kentucky in 2008?

(Louisville, KY)  State of Affairs® hosts the September 2008 Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Advocacy Hearing live on Thursday, September 18 at 11am on Louisville’s NPR News Station, 89.3 WFPL.  The broadcast will take place at the Louisville Public Media performance… Read More

91.9 WFPK Receives "Station of the Year" Award

(Louisville, KY—8/14/08) 91.9 WFPK received “Station of the Year” at the annual Radio & Records Triple A Summit, a music industry convention.  WFPK was awarded the honor for non-commercial stations in medium and small markets on Saturday in Boulder, CO. … Read More

WFPL Honored with Prestigious Regional Awards

(Louisville, KY—7/25/08) This week, 89.3 WFPL was honored in Atlanta at the very prestigious 58th Annual Green Eyeshade Awards, a Society of Professional Journalists contest that recognizes excellence in 11 Southern states. Kentucky Public Radio’s Capital bureau chief Tony McVeigh… Read More

WFPL Honored with Journalism Awards

(Louisville, KY) WFPL (89.3 FM), Louisville’s NPR News Station, won sixteen awards, including eleven first place honors, from the Society of Professional Journalists at the 2008 SPJ Metro Louisville Journalism Awards ceremony last week. The WFPL news staff took seven… Read More

Public Radio's Community Service Reflected In New Hires

Louisville Public Media adds three new team members.  This announcement, along with the recent addition of an environmental reporter and an arts and humanities reporter, is another example of the on-going commitment to the community  Scott Dowd has been hired… Read More