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About WNYC

WNYC 93.9 FM and AM 820 are New York's flagship public radio stations, broadcasting the finest programs from NPR, American Public Media, Public Radio International and the BBC World Service, as well as a wide range of award-winning local programming.

 

Community Advisory Board

NYPR's Community Advisory Board (CAB) is a volunteer group of interested listeners who meet monthly to gather public comments and advise the station as to whether the programming and policies of the station meet the specialized educational and cultural needs of the community.

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Community Affairs & Events

New York Public Radio's commitment to community is an important part of its mission. The station's dedication to developing partnerships, promotions and events extends its mission to the larger community.

 

Jobs at NYPR

At NYPR, we're always on the lookout for the very best talent, both on the air and behind the scenes. Bring your skills, dedication and passion for public radio to America's flagship station!

 

People at NYPR

Learn more about the people who make your station run. Meet our executive team and meet our staff.

 

NYPR on Social Media

Find our shows and staff on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, and elsewhere online.

 

Press Room

Are you a member of the media or journalism student looking to interview a NYPR personality? Visit our press room for contact details and all the latest news about the station.

 

Awards

Take a look at our recent award winning work.

 

Public Media Code of Integrity

WNYC and other public broadcasters have adopted shared principles to strengthen the trust and integrity that communities expect of valued public service institutions.

 

NYPR Annual Review

Read our Fiscal Year 2013 Annual ReportFiscal Year 2012 Annual Report and our Fiscal Year 2011 Annual Report.   Visit our annual review page to see our Mission Statement, a list of current trustees, our most recent IRS Form 990, a list of senior staff, articles of incorporation, bylaws, our conflict of interest policy, our good standing certificate, our absolute charter, and our mission and history.

 

Privacy Policy

We take personal privacy very seriously. Read our online and membership privacy policies and arrange your membership to reflect your personal privacy preferences.

 

Tapes and Transcripts

Tapes and transcripts are available for some of the programs you hear on WNYC. Find out more about how and where to purchase copies of your favorite shows.

 

Station Identification Music

Every hour at 59:50, WNYC and NJPR air automated station identification messages. The musical themes under those IDs are by vibraphonist and composer Chris Dingman, from his album Waking Dreams. More information about Chris at www.chrisdingman.com.

 

Contact Us

New York Public Radio is located at 160 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013. Tel: (646) 829-4000 for general inquiries and (646) 829-4400 for business calls. You can also contact us via our online form.