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Mission

To be a trusted source of information and entertainment that opens minds and nourishes the spirit.

Vision

To be recognized as a distinctive and vital media source that strengthens the civic and cultural life of the communities it serves.

Millard S. Cohen Lifetime Achievement Award

The Millard S. Cohen Lifetime Achievement award was established in 2006 to honor individuals who, like Millard, serve public radio in St. Louis with unwavering passion and long-term dedication. For 33 years, Millard was involved with St. Louis Public Radio as a volunteer, member and wonderful ambassador for the station and all of public radio.

Past Awardees:

Mark and Peggy Holly, 2013

Dan and Connie Burkhardt, 2012
Bob McCabe, 2011
Dennis Owsley, 2010
Bill Conway, 2009
Mary Edwards, 2008
Ben Abell, 2007
Donald Driemeier, 2007
Millard Cohen, 2006

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Read about updates on station initiatives, our response to public comments about our coverage, the latest press releases and program updates, and the public radio industry on our station blog, Inside Public Radio.

You’ll hear directly from station general manager Tim Eby, as well as from other station staff from our programming, membership, events, interactive media, and corporate support departments.

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  • Founded in 1972
  • 271, 800 St. Louis area listeners
  • Funded by individual members, corporate sponsors, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and local, regional and national grants
  • St. Louis Public Radio is part of the University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • 36 full-time and 11 part-time professionals
  • Over 500 volunteers help the station in fundraising and special event activity
  • 100, 000 watt signal reaching 2.4 million people in the bi-state area

In October 2012, St. Louis Public Radio and the St. Louis Beacon jointly announced the agreement of a non-binding letter of intent to pursue a journalism alliance to better serve the St. Louis region. As part of this effort, the two organizations received a grant from the John S.and James L. Knight Foundation to assess the potential of this alliance. As part of this grant, a report was produced detailing the work that was done to explore this journalism alliance.


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Powerfully Black Radio Programs

Just wanted to give a shout out to WLIB radio. The Conscious Rasta is on point with so many things and urges us all to gain in economic power and to increase ties with African nations.
LIBradio.com
Lizz Brown on WGNU St. Louis. She's amazing. She does a 4-hour morning talk/local & national politcs program every morning. She's currently spearheading a movement to take back the St. Louis Public School system from the corporate carpetbaggers who want to privitize the school system. If you want to stream, you have to go directly to wgnu.net as the link from her website doesn't work

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