Public Radio International

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Public Radio International (PRI) is an American public radio organization.wikipedia
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WGBH (FM)

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Among its programs is the global news program The World, which PRI co-produces with the BBC and WGBH Boston.
WGBH is a member station of National Public Radio (NPR) and an affiliate of Public Radio International (PRI), which itself is owned by WGBH Educational Foundation, and American Public Media (APM).

NPR

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PRI is one of the main providers of programming for public radio stations in the US, alongside National Public Radio, American Public Media and the Public Radio Exchange. At the same time, PRI has also picked up the distribution of programs originally distributed by NPR, including Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?, and, in 2006, Living on Earth—public radio's leading news and information program focused on the environment.
Individual public radio stations are not required to broadcast all NPR programs; most broadcast a mix of NPR programs, content from American Public Media, Public Radio International, Public Radio Exchange, WNYC Studios, and locally produced programs.

American Public Media

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PRI is one of the main providers of programming for public radio stations in the US, alongside National Public Radio, American Public Media and the Public Radio Exchange. In 2004, Minnesota Public Radio left PRI and began distributing its own shows (including A Prairie Home Companion and Marketplace and excluding Classical 24) through American Public Media.
Formerly, much of American Public Media's programming content was distributed by Public Radio International, which itself was named "American Public Radio", or APR, until July 1, 1994.

A Prairie Home Companion

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In 2004, Minnesota Public Radio left PRI and began distributing its own shows (including A Prairie Home Companion and Marketplace and excluding Classical 24) through American Public Media.
In 1983, Minnesota Public Radio president William Kling started a new company to distribute A Prairie Home Companion called American Public Radio, which would later be renamed Public Radio International in 1994.

Studio 360

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In 2001: PRI’s Studio 360 launches.
Studio 360 is an American weekly public radio program about the arts and culture hosted by novelist Kurt Andersen and produced by Public Radio International (PRI) and Slate in New York City.

WGBH Educational Foundation

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In 2012, PRI was acquired by the WGBH Educational Foundation.
In July 2012, WGBH acquired Public Radio International (PRI).

The Takeaway

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In January 2008, PRI and WNYC announced that the name of their new morning drive news program is The Takeaway with John Hockenberry and Adaora Udoji.
The Takeaway is a morning radio news program co-created and co-produced by Public Radio International and WNYC.

Classical 24

In 1995: PRI launches Classical 24, public radio’s first 24-hour classical music service, as a co-production with Minnesota Public Radio.
It was co-created by a partnership between Minnesota Public Radio and Public Radio International to fulfill the need for a comprehensive classic music service for stations to supplement their schedules.

Public Radio Exchange

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PRI is one of the main providers of programming for public radio stations in the US, alongside National Public Radio, American Public Media and the Public Radio Exchange.

The World (radio program)

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Among its programs is the global news program The World, which PRI co-produces with the BBC and WGBH Boston. This evolution in the company began with PRI's The World, a co-production among PRI, the BBC World Service, and WGBH.

Marketplace (radio program)

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In 2004, Minnesota Public Radio left PRI and began distributing its own shows (including A Prairie Home Companion and Marketplace and excluding Classical 24) through American Public Media.
This acquisition was the subject of a lawsuit by Public Radio International.

WGUC

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Five stations established American Public Radio as a syndicate: the Minnesota Public Radio network, KQED/San Francisco, WGUC/Cincinnati, and KUSC in Los Angeles.
WGUC was one of the first stations in the nation to meet the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's qualification standards; a charter member of NPR; and a founder of another network, American Public Radio (now Public Radio International).

BBC World Service

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This evolution in the company began with PRI's The World, a co-production among PRI, the BBC World Service, and WGBH.
The BBC and Public Radio International (PRI) co-produce the programme The World with WGBH Radio Boston, and the BBC was previously involved with The Takeaway morning news programme based at WNYC in New York City.

Whad'Ya Know?

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At the same time, PRI has also picked up the distribution of programs originally distributed by NPR, including Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?, and, in 2006, Living on Earth—public radio's leading news and information program focused on the environment.
During its radio run, it was produced by Wisconsin Public Radio and distributed through Public Radio International.

Living on Earth

At the same time, PRI has also picked up the distribution of programs originally distributed by NPR, including Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?, and, in 2006, Living on Earth—public radio's leading news and information program focused on the environment.
Living on Earth is a weekly, hour-long and award-winning environmental news program distributed by Public Radio International.

Symphony Space

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In September, PRI and Symphony Space of New York City announced that PRI would become the national distribution partner of Selected Shorts, which had previously been distributed by National Public Radio.
As of 2010, Symphony Space hosts 600 or more events annually, including an annual free music Wall to Wall marathon; Bloomsday on Broadway (celebrating James Joyce's Ulysses); and Selected Shorts, broadcast nationally over Public Radio International.

World Cafe

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In addition, PRI distributed World Cafe for many years, but in 2005, the show's distribution was switched to NPR.
The program began on October 14, 1991 and was originally distributed by Public Radio International.

Public broadcasting

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At the same time, PRI has also picked up the distribution of programs originally distributed by NPR, including Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?, and, in 2006, Living on Earth—public radio's leading news and information program focused on the environment. Public Radio International (PRI) is an American public radio organization.
Public radio and television stations often produce their own programs as well as purchase additional programming from national producers and program distributors such as NPR, PBS, Public Radio International (PRI), American Public Television (APT), American Public Media (APM), and Public Radio Exchange (PRX).

Selected Shorts

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In September, PRI and Symphony Space of New York City announced that PRI would become the national distribution partner of Selected Shorts, which had previously been distributed by National Public Radio.
The programs are distributed by Public Radio International and air on PRI-affiliated public radio stations in the United States.

Science Friday

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In January 2014, PRI became the national distributor of Science Friday, also previously distributed by NPR.
Science Friday moved from NPR to Public Radio International in 2014.

Corporation for Public Broadcasting

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Public radio organizations receive funding from corporate sponsors, public (e.g., Corporation for Public Broadcasting) and private foundation grants as well as donations and gifts from individuals.

Minnesota

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Two of the largest public radio networks, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) and Public Radio International (PRI), are based in the state.

BBC

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Among its programs is the global news program The World, which PRI co-produces with the BBC and WGBH Boston.