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
You’re invited to spend a weekend working with professional public radio journalists to make your own radio story. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to record and edit audio, conduct interviews, write a script, and speak on air. You don’t need to have any previous audio or journalism experience to apply. Continue Reading Hey Teens! Apply For The RadioActive Youth Media Workshop: Yakima
Now YOU can record your conversation with a loved one, and the Library of Congress will archive it. NWPB and Innovia Foundation are proud to bring the StoryCorps mobile recording booth to the Lewis-Clark Valley this summer. Continue Reading StoryCorps Coming To The Lewis-Clark Valley
The Earthquake Preparedness Roadshow will start in Walla Walla on Sept. 29 with stops during the week in Pullman, Spokane, Grant County, Toppenish and Richland. Continue Reading Practice Drill For ‘The Big One’ Earthquake With NWPB
Join Northwest Public Broadcasting’s Gillian Coldsnow and Anna King and the American Association of University Women Palouse-Garfield Branch for a lively discussion of women in agriculture and STEM fields. WHEN:… Continue Reading Join Us! Plowing Fresh Ground: A Discussion Of Women In Agriculture, Oct. 2 In Palouse
The reasons for the sudden end of Dan Maher’s “Inland Folk” are murky, and have led to speculation and questions among fans and associates. Continue Reading ‘Inland Folk With Dan Maher’ Came To An Abrupt End. Why?
NWPB listeners and viewers have a new voice and face helping to bring them the news of the Northwest – particularly central Washington’s Yakima Valley. Continue Reading Meet NWPB’s New Yakima Valley Reporter