PRX Thinks Small

It’s almost Halloween — don’t miss these spooky picks. Plus, it’s been 20 years since NAFTA was established. Fronteras has a look at the impacts.

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PRX Station Newsletter
October 23, 2012

PRX Thinks Small

Hi friend of PRX,

Oooooo…the Mac iPad Mini. Small thing, high value, just like the thousands of short pieces on PRX.

How about the (tons of) free beloved StoryCorps segments? Or the quickie Science Updates (each 60-seconds)? While you’re at it, grab short Gems of Bluegrass, one of our most popular features. A thousand points of listening…


Horrifyingly Good

Specials of the Season

NAFTA – 20 Years Later

From Fronteras Desk

The Local Journalism Center based at KJZZ, Fronteras, has this multipart examination of NAFTA, 20 years after it was signed into law.

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