The ArchCity Defenders, a non-profit law firm focused on civil rights, will soon announce their Excellence in Poverty Journalism Awards to recognize journalists who cover race, class and poverty in depth.
St. Louis Public Radio fans love their Cardinals. Last Thursday, 150 endured the drizzle to watch the Cardinals take on the Brewers on the Public Media Common’s two-story outdoor screen at Who’s on Deck? What’s on Draft? sponsored by Carol House Furniture.
Nearly two hundred awards were presented to Missouri’s best radio and TV stations during the Missouri Broadcasters Awards ceremony, held June 2 at the Lodge of the Four Seasons at Lake Ozark, MO. St. Louis Public Radio received Certificates of Merit for the following work:
Executive Editor Shula Neuman spoke proudly of her team’s nominations. "It's always fulfilling to have our work recognized by other journalists. I know 2017 was a demanding year, but having our work recognized like this affirms that our commitment to quality journalism pays off."
We're happy to report that the transmitter that serves Quincy listeners is repaired and working perfectly. HD channels are now available for off-air listening. We thank our listeners for their patience.
Previous Updates from Director of Technology Daryl McQuinn:
Updated May 11 with St. Louis on the Air conversation in remembrance of Rohde. Orginial story published May 9.
Gerry Rohde’s voice has been familiar to St. Louis Public Radio listeners for more than 30 years. He died this week of an unknown cause.
Geralf “Gerry” Rohde was born in Bremen, Germany, in 1962. He grew up with his older sister, Geena Eaton, who shared his love for country music, especially Waylon Jennings. According to Eaton, Rohde loved the English language and spent a year in St. Louis as an exchange student in 1978 at Bayless High School.
This Thursday and Friday, May 3 and 4, Joshua Johnson will broadcast 1A live from St. Louis Public Radio. More than 100 lucky guests will attend Thursday's show.
1A is produced by WAMU 88.5 in Washington, D.C. and distributed by NPR. As an NPR member station, St. Louis Public Radio broadcasts 1A to listeners Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. to listeners across metropolitan St. Louis, in Quincy, Illinois, and in Rolla and Lebanon, Missouri.
More than 400 attended St. Louis Public Radio’s annual dinner Talk, Toast, Taste at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. Thanks to the event committee co-chaired by Judy Glik and Harvard Muhm, the STLPR board led by Diane Katzman, and enthusiastic fans of St. Louis Public Radio and NPR, the event raised $180,000.
St. Louis Public Radio won two 2018 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA). The RTDNA has been honoring outstanding achievements in electronic journalism with the Edward R. Murrow Awards since 1971.
The announcement of Carl Kasell’s death has hit colleagues at NPR member stations and their listeners hard. Many have known or listened to Kasell for decades.
Kasell joined NPR in 1975 as a part-time newscaster for Weekend All Things Considered. For 30 years, he provided newscasts for NPR’s daily newsmagazine Morning Edition, a role he held since the program’s inception in 1979 until 2009.
Wednesday, April 4 marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. Both NPR and St. Louis Public Radio will mark the day with stories about the days before and after King’s death.
More than 50 area bands entered this year’s Tiny Desk Concert, and the votes are in! We are super excited to announce that we have three bands who will perform this Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Anew's Rooftop.
This Saturday, March 24, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., St. Louis Public Radio will air “The March for Our Lives,” a special national broadcast and call-in event hosted by WNYC’s Brian Lehrer.
"The March for Our Lives" is a march in Washington, D.C. and a national day of civic action on gun violence and school safety. It is a day that has resonance in every community, with over 550 scheduled local events. A march will take place in St. Louis.
March 1 marked Charlie McDonald’s first day as St. Louis Public Radio’s permanent afternoon host.
Long-time listeners of St. Louis Public radio already know McDonald as our weekend mid-day host, a position he’s held for five years. But others may recognize him as the long-time host of Classical 99 KFUO-FM, where he also served as audio engineer and producer.