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

New Partner for Children’s Musical Instrument Program

Louisville Public Media is proud to announce a new sponsor of the Instrumental Partners program.   PNC Wealth Management will become the corporate sponsor of the kid-focused musical instrument program. “It’s our pleasure to help Louisville Public Media and area school… Read More

State of Affairs Welcomes Mayor Jerry Abramson

State of Affairs, WFPL’s daily call-in program, welcomes Mayor Jerry Abramson on Thursday December 13th at 11am. State of Affairs host Julie Kredens will speak with Mayor Abramson as the first year of his second term as Mayor of Louisville… Read More

“Are Zoo Kidding Me?”

Louisville Zoo partners with local public radio station 91.9 WFPK for monthly conservation segment On the first Thursday of every month Louisville residents can learn about important global and local conservation efforts just by turning on their radio. In an… Read More

Arts and Humanities Reporter Joins Staff

Elizabeth Kramer, former managing and arts/special projects editor of the Louisville Eccentric Observer, has been chosen to lead Public Radio Partnership’s new initiative for Arts and Humanities Reporting. Recently, while at LEO, Kramer received two fellowships from the National Endowment… Read More

Environmental Reporter Hired For New Project

Kristin Espeland, former reporter and host at Wyoming Public Radio in Laramie, has been chosen to lead Public Radio Partnership’s new environmental reporting initiative for the Ohio Valley watershed. This year at WPR Espeland won two national Public Radio News… Read More

2007 National City Young Artists Winners’ Recital

LOUISVILLE, KY – Young musicians from around the region brought their talents to the performance studio of Public Radio Partnership for the Second Annual National City/Classical 90.5 Young Artist Competition on November 10, 2007. The winners of this year’s competition… Read More