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National Endowment for the Humanities

President Obama recently awarded Krista Tippett, host of the public radio program "On Being," with the National Humanities Medal.

There is a new vision being developed for Jacksonville's public media stations joining WJCT's legacy, programming, and a commitment to community.

State of the Re:Union, the public radio program created and hosted by Jacksonville artist Al Letson and presented by WJCT, has won a prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for the second year in a row.

Wikimedia Commons

Residents of the First Coast and communities across Florida have a powerful, new resource in their disaster preparedness tool kit.

Starting this month, Liz Danzico, creator of the MFA Interaction Design program at New York's School of Visual Arts, will join the team at NPR as the network's first ever creative director.


For 10 years, the StoryCorps project has been collecting oral history interviews with everyday Americans.

Founded by award winning documentarian Dave Isay, StoryCorps is the largest and arguably the single most important collection of human voices ever gathered.

D. Robert Wolcheck

Today NPR announced the results of their search for a new announcer.

In a few weeks you'll be hearing a new voice saying things like, "Support for NPR comes from..." and, "This is NPR."

Sabrina Farhi will join long time NPR announcer Frank Tavares, who has voiced credits for more than three decades.

Working for NPR wasn't always Farhi's dream; when she was younger she wanted to be an actress.

"All things considered, this is a dream career I never thought of as a kid," she said of her new gig.

After fewer than 21 months on the job, NPR CEO Gary Knell announced at mid-day Monday that he's leaving the organization to become president and CEO at the National Geographic Society.