Great Barrington and southern Berkshire County have a new public radio station, 89.5 FM WNNU, from New England Public Radio (NEPR).
It is with great enthusiasm that New England Public Radio announces that Carey Baker, Samalid Hogan and Claudia Perles have joined the New England Public Radio Foundation, Inc.
New England Public Radio is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s New England Public Radio Arts & Humanities Award.
Having seen great musicians come and go in his time on 88.5FM WFCR, from Leonard Bernstein to Gustavo Dudamel, and from Vladimir Horowitz to Simone Dinnerstein, classical music host and Music Direc
The New England Public Radio Foundation’s 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign for WFCR has raised over $5 Million since it began 18 months ago.
New England Public Radio will broadcast the Arturo Somohano Puerto Rico Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance recorded live at Springfield’s Symphony Hall in October.
Bill Cosby will perform a benefit concert in support of New England Public Radio’s 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign at Springfield’s Symphony Hall on Saturday, March 2 at 8 p.m.
New England Public Radio wrapped up its October on-air fund drive on October 27, raising over $324,000 in eleven days from donors across western New England, and as far away as Santa Monica Califor
New England Public Radio is accepting nominations for the 2013 New England Public Radio Arts & Humanities Awards.
Beginning October 21, concerts from the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 2012-13 Season will be heard from 1 – 3 p.m. on 88.5FM WFCR* during the station’s Sunday classical music line up.
The two candidates in the Massachusetts U.S. Senate race, incumbent Republican U.S. Sen.
[September 14, 2012 — Amherst, MA] New England Public Radio announces a series of special live interviews on the station’s Spanish-language program, Tertulia, in honor of National Hispa
New England Public Radio will offer plenty of regional and national election coverage in the coming weeks as the country readies to elect its next president and other public officials in November.
New England Public Radio (WFCR and all-news WNNZ) concluded its fiscal year on June 30 with a balanced budget.