Dear NWPB audiences and supporters, Twitter recently labeled NPR’s (National Public Radio) official Twitter account as “state-affiliated media,” which is incorrect and then changed it to “government-funded media,” falsely implying that… Continue Reading NWPB is no longer posting to Twitter: A message from General Manager Cara Williams Fry
The signal that started it all: KWSU 1250 AM has had a rough couple of weeks.
The 100 year old signal began having power issues in early May that have persisted for weeks.
June 1st, at 8:00PM, KWSU 1250 AM will be going off the air for several hours as engineers work to repair it. Continue Reading What Is Going On With KWSU 1250 AM?
KOHO 101.1 FM will begin broadcasting jazz programming in the Wenatchee Valley beginning April 19, 2022. The new programming will be provided by Northwest Public Broadcasting (NWPB) under a programming… Continue Reading KOHO to carry NWPB Jazz Programming
Northwest Public Broadcasting (NWPB) is the recipient of a 2021 Impact Grant from Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation. The grant award supports a new full-time position: a Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Reporting… Continue Reading Northwest Public Broadcasting Launches Health Care Reporting Initiative
“This is a test of the Emergency Alert System. This is only a test.” As fires and severe weather ramp up across the region, however, we may hear more from… Continue Reading Emergency Alert System: Clay Freinwald is at the Hub of Safety
This month NWPB bids a very fond farewell to Sue Sheppard, Outreach and Development Coordinator, as she retires after 26 years with NWPB. Words are hardly enough to show how… Continue Reading We Are Happy for Sue, But WE Can’t Stop Crying!
The year 2020 may have been challenging for almost everyone on the planet, but NWPB members made it a banner year for NWPB productions. Thank you! From regional election coverage… Continue Reading You Made It A Strong Year For NWPB Productions
Washington public media news leaders urge the state to uphold the right of journalists to report without fear of their work being confiscated by law enforcement. Continue Reading Why Public Media In Washington Stand With Seattle News Outlets In Fight Over Press Independence
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… Continue Reading Sue Knows How to Say “Thank You” (and so does WSU)
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… Continue Reading Brief Radio Interruptions Possible