Jefferson Public Radio

Description

Jefferson Public Radio is a listener-supported public radio network dedicated to providing creative and thought-provoking programming for a wide variety of tastes. Our three different radio formats are available to stream on this app.

The Classics & News Service presents classical music in a way that is both accessible and entertaining. From Bach and Beethoven to John Adams, the Classics & News Service includes it all. We set aside our Saturday mornings for a weekly broadcast of opera. And we broadcast the great news from NPR and our own regional news.

The Rhythm & News Service is for listeners with diverse and eclectic tastes. Though our music format can be loosely called “AAA, ” it’s much more than just singer/songwriters. We explore blues, jazz, folk, and world music. We include indie pop and rock, alt.country, and many other artists who typically fly under the radar of commercial media. And, we pair all of that great music with NPR and regional news.

The News & Information Service features a 24-hour stream of insightful and informative news and information programming from NPR, the BBC, and numerous other independent program producers who provide a unique perspective on the day’s news.

Jefferson Public Radio is a service of Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon.

What's New in Version 2.1

App redesign and feature enhancements

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Customer Reviews

Finally! by JPR Fan

Well, it took long enough to get an update. The last iOS updated broke this app so bad as to make it unlistenable. The new version, which also includes a completely redesigned look (colors/logos/layout) actually works. Push a button, listen to the station you want. You can also donate to JPR directly from the app now, so that's cool!


Public Radio paradise: welcome to the mythical state of Jefferson, a swath of southern Oregon and northern California that once tried to secede from ... An article from: American Journalism Review
Book (University of Maryland)
2005-04-28 11:45:44 by -0-0-

Thomas Jefferson was not a Deist

Talk Radio Host Tom Sullivan, sitting in today for Rush Limbaugh, failed to challenge a caller (a self-declared "secularist") who labeled Jefferson a 'Deist'. Thomas Jefferson was no deist.
In the source column, Dr. James Kennedy wrote:
"While Jefferson has been lionized by those who seek to drive religion from public life, the true Thomas Jefferson is anything but their friend. He was anything but irreligious, anything but an enemy to Christian faith. Our nation's third president was, in fact, a student of Scripture who attended church regularly, and was an active member of the Anglican Church, where he served on his local vestry

2004-09-19 12:42:44 by Alexander-----

Using ''Pollaganda'' to Influence Public Opinion

Using ''Pollaganda'' to Influence Public Opinion
Alexander
September 19, 2004
Thomas Jefferson complained in 1804, ''During the course of administration, and in order to disturb it, the artillery of the press has been leveled against us, charged with whatsoever its licentiousness could devise or dare.'' Old Tom would not be able to fathom the power of the ''press'' today.
Given the Leftmedia's domination of the mainstream media's primary outlets--print and television--it's remarkable that any political candidates to the right of the big three talkingheads--Brokaw, Jennings and Rather, or their ideological kin on the editorial boards of The Washington Post and The New York Times--ever makes it to Washington

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