About Northwest Public Radio
Northwest Public Radio is a trusted source of quality content. We are dedicated to enriching our valued community by sharing distinctive programs which engage, enlighten and entertain.
Northwest Public Radio will excel in providing programming and service that enriches the lives of its audience and will be recognized as one of the most highly-valued community institutions in the Pacific Northwest.
Northwest Public Radio is a multi-station network serving Washington and portions of Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Our 19 transmitters and 13 translators can be heard by more than 3.6 million residents in the region.
The NPR and Classical Music service offers a mix of NPR's award-winning news shows and classical music with Steve Reeder, Gigi Yellen, Anjuli Dodhia, Jessie Jacobs and others. The schedule also includes Inland Folk with Dan Maher and national programs such as From The Top, The Retro Cocktail Hour and The Best of Car Talk.
The NPR News service offers a broad range of award-winning national, international and regional news from NPR, the BBC, Public Radio International, American Public Media and the Northwest News Network. The schedule includes weekend entertainment programs such as NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Fresh Air and A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.
Northwest Public Radio is a community service of The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University.
As a public media entity, NWPR makes every effort to be as transparent as possible in order to comply with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Below you will find documents and information related to NWPR’s contact, governance, meetings, management, finances, and diversity initiatives.
Northwest Public Radio holds itself to the highest standards of journalism and non-profit public media standards and practices.
Northwest Public Radio stations are licensed to Washington State University. Meetings of the Board of Regents of WSU are generally open to the public. Certain meetings, or portions of meetings, may be closed in order to address confidential information or proprietary matters.
If you have questions about Northwest Public Radio, its programming, operation, or its audited financial report, contact:
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Northwest Public Radio
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
Washington State University
PO Box 642530
Pullman, WA 99164-2530
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