Brown Paper: A report of an audience data research method developed by LPRC
Brown Paper: Engaging Latino Audiences with Public Radio
How Southern California Public Radio Opened Their Doors to Latinos and Became the Most Listened-to Public Station in Los Angeles: A Case Study
Razón de Ser: Community Engagement by Latino Public Radio
For the majority of Latino public radio stations, community engagement is not a new concept; it was the impetus for their creation. This study uncovers what factors and organizational characteristics foster optimum community engagement and how four public radio stations have accomplished deepened community engagement in the Latino community.
2010 Report: A snapshot of Latino Public Radio in the United States
This comprehensive report created in 2010 provides a snapshot with insights into Latino Public Radio within the U.S. LPRC profiles twenty-eight Latino stations plus the five stations anticipated in the next few years, offering a diversity of formats, languages, musical genres and programs. These stations are fully engaged with their Latino community and their broadcasts are directed to Latino population segments in their local community.. They have been serving Latino audiences since before the legislative inception of public radio and represent the single greatest resource in the movement to develop larger Latino audiences for all formats in public radio.
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Just like Latino public broadcasting, the Latino culture of a city is often ignored by traditional tourist magazines and guides. Find out more about Latino music, history, arts, culture, businesses, food and organizations in some of the communities served by LPRC stations.