It takes a village to raise a child & a public media community to return our Puerto Rico public media stations back on-air.
From Coast Alaska to WNYC in New York, to entities supporting public broadcasters like CPB, NPR, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, NFCB, United for Community Radio, Greater Public, RecNet, Prometheus Radio, WMFE and LPRC member stations like WLCH in Lancaster, PA, WDNA in Miami, KSVR in Mt. Vernon, WA to Radio Bilingüe in California and many more have been providing support via LPRC to ensure our Puerto Rico member stations can get back on-air. THANK YOU! And GRACIAS to our Donors who have & continue to support the Go Fund Me campaign! Continue reading “Public Media Community Supporting Puerto Rico Stations”
LPRC member station Radio Casa Pueblo in Puerto Rico is the first broadcaster in the Caribbean to operate entirely with renewable energy.
Dr. Federico Subervi, member and secretary of our LPRC Board of Directors, was selected to be Visiting Leverhulme Professor at the School of Media & Communication at the University of Leeds, UK. The purpose of the invitation is to conduct academic work and enhance the knowledge and skills of the academic staff or student body. …
Today America pays tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and the significant role he played as an international human rights and civic leader advocating and leading efforts to bring resolution to issues faced by African Americans back in the 1950s. And yet, his advocacy work, influence, speeches, and civic leadership addressed and represented all communities …
We work with 50+ stations across the U.S. including Puerto Rico. Whether in Spanish or English, Latinos are the focus of the programming. LPRC stations are strongly involved with the community and thrive with strong Latino leadership:
- Station Serves the Latino Community
- Majority Latino Staff
- Majority Latino Board of Directors
- Latino Volunteers Are Numerous
Together, LPRC Member Stations serve Latinos from diverse backgrounds: Bilingual, English-dominant, Spanish-dominant, professionals, white collars, blue collars and immigrants.