This month marks a milestone for New England Public Radio’s CEO and General Manager, Martin Miller, as he celebrates 20 years at the helm of the region’s premiere public radio station.
New England Public Radio is thrilled to partner with Live Art Magazine on its third issue, which comes to Northampton’s Academy of Music Theatre on Friday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m..
Listeners in Hampshire County will soon be able to hear the NEPR News Network on the FM dial thanks to a partnership between New England Public Radio and Amherst College. Beginning Monday, September 21, the station will broadcast New England Public Radio’s NEPR News Network on Amherst College’s WAMH 89.3FM from 2:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. seven days a week, unless otherwise specified in the schedule. Amherst College students will continue to program the station at all other hours with its eclectic mix. The NEPR News Network will also air on WAMH at all times when there are no student programs being broadcast – making 89.3FM a 24-7 broadcast station for the first time in its history.
New England Public Radio has hired reporter Adam Frenier to staff its new Berkshire bureau in downtown Pittsfield. The bureau is a partnership with Berkshire Community College and is located in the college’s office space at the Central Station Business Resource Center at 66 Allen Street in Pittsfield.
On Saturday, July 25, New England Public Radio will air the first of two pilot episodes of In Contrast with Ilan Stavans, a one-hour program, with a focus on cultural life in New England. The show will air at noon on The NEPR News Network, AM 640, 91.7 FM (Franklin County), 89.5 FM (Southern Berkshire County) 98.9 FM (Northern Berkshire County), and at NEPR.net. It will also be available as a podcast.
The Short List: NEPR’s week in review, a new segment in New England Public Radio’s All Things Considered, brings reporters and editors from around the region to the mic every Friday afternoon for a look at the news of the week. The Short List is hosted by veteran reporter and the local host of All Things Considered, Susan Kaplan, and features a rotating roster of reporters, columnists and editors from the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Springfield Republican, El Sol Latino, and The Greenfield Recorder among others.