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For nearly 25 years, Sue has represented WSU’s public media to thousands of donor-members as a key part of the two-person Member Relations staff. Her role is key to everything Northwest Public Broadcasting does, and she performs functions that are essential, routine, and jam-packed with activity: daily check and credit card processing, member record updates.… Read More
Twice a year, satellite and radio communications are vulnerable due to sun interference. This Spring, these interruptions are possible from February 28th to March 4th at about 10:40 AM. You may notice NWPB’s signal sounding fuzzy or glitchy, or it may go silent altogether. These solar outages, as they are called, can last as long… Read More
Thank You. For twelve years, MHz Networks has provided Worldview to public television stations across the country.  The unique mix of international scripted and news content has been very well received around the country.  We are very happy that you took the initiative to add our channel to your lineup and hope that it has… Read More
Photo Credit: Hannah Whisenant. Only a very small piece of the NWPB system for audio delivery. If you were listening the first week of August, you may have heard the audio dropouts that were plaguing Northwest Public Broadcasting. Here is a recap of what happened. At the bottom of this recap is a list of… Read More
On November 14, KTNW, the PBS station for the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla will switch to a new transmitter and antenna. Viewers who watch the station using cable or satellite will not see a change. However, KTNW will be broadcasting on a new frequency which will require people who watch free using an antenna to rescan their TV to be able to see the channel. Read More
When leaders of Humanities Washington visited Northwest Public Broadcasting this summer, members of the Board of Trustees and staff took a turn behind the microphone to talk about their experiences with public radio. Trustee Colleen Rozillis, a senior manager at Moss Adams in Seattle, discovered public radio as a teenager and now supports it because… Read More
1A host Joshua Johnson had big shoes to fill: his show was the replacement for the Diane Rehm Show, which built a very loyal following over its 37-year run. But it didn't take long for him to go from “Joshua who?” to a very recognizable and popular host, at turns enthusiastic, expressive, and self-deprecating - and a bastion of "relentless civility." Read More
A Conversation with Robert Siegel share Facebook Google+ Twitter Full Transcript – [Narrator] Tonight, we sit down with one man who helped make NPR what it is today. – And so it was a time of figuring out how to use sound and the medium very creatively and mix that with very solid, good reporting.… Read More
The Retro Cocktail Hour may be moving from Northwest Public Broadcasting’s NPR and Classical Music service, but it already has a well-established second home on the NWPB Jazz station, KJEM 89.9FM. For fans of the funky, vintage-futuristic show who live outside of KJEMs terrestrial signal, catch it on our NWPB App through a smartphone, or… Read More
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