Freedom to Listen

Hurricane Sandy aftermath, pieces for the election and beyond; plus new holiday specials from Vinyl Cafe.

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PRX Station Newsletter
November 6, 2012

PRX: Freedom to Listen

Hi friend of PRX,

We hope you did your part today.

It is no small thing to be able to choose. In our corner of public media, PRX believes in open access by many free voices.

And true diversity of sound so you can listen to a whole range of audio: from the sure thing of the Kitchen Sisters to the tiny voices of elementary school kids; young street poets to classical music; jazz to the sound of history.

This is what audio democracy sounds like,

Riders on the Storm

Sandy & beyond

  • Climate One investigates the way news organizations cover climate change in their latest episode and more in the series.
  • RISE, a three-part documentary from Claire Schoen, documents the impact on coastal communities.

More climate change picks

Election Afterglow

Winners, losers

  • Haunted by the campaign? Nothing is scarier than this devilishly-good dramatic special: The Devil You Know.

More for the election

Holiday Shopping!

New: Vinyl Cafe Stories

As an early holiday gift from our northern pals at the CBC, they have posted FOUR holiday specials — a new series called Vinyl Cafe Stories.

Treat your listeners to some of the best holiday-related tall tales from Stuart McLean and his character Dave, who runs The Vinyl Cafe, and his friend Morley.

Preview ’em now: Vinyl Cafe Stories Christmas Specials #1, #2, #3, and #4.

Other Good Stuff

Follow Us for the Latest PRX News

Timely Picks

Veterans Day

Third Coast Winners

American Graduate

Native American Heritage Month – Nov.


Exclusive Series

The Moth Radio Hour

Fall 2012 stories are HERE.

State of the Re:Union

New cities for fall are here.

Sound Opinions

Rock weekly.

Snap Judgment

Fate, fights, gratitude, Snap.

American Routes

The iconic program on the music of America.

WTF with Marc Maron

Behind the humor.

LA Theatre Works

Contemporary radio drama.

Moyers & Company

Weekly insight into issues that matter.

America’s Test Kitchen

Food + Smartie = ATK.

Public Radio Remix

Are you listening yet?

PRX Podcasts

99% Invisible: A show about design with Roman Mars.
HowSound: What’s behind great radio?
Blank on Blank finds lost interviews. You listen.
Latitude News The latest: Cleveland meets Venice.

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John Barth

Chief Content Officer at PRX

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