New York Public Radio strives to reflect the diverse voices found within the New York City and tri-state area.
The Community Engagement & Audience Development department assists in this effort by working with various cultural and civic organizations along with key community leaders to discover, understand, and address community needs and aspirations.
Through these relationships, we engage non-traditional public radio listeners on air, online, and on the street by:
Organizations we work with include, but are not limited to: the African Film Festival, African Diaspora Film Festival, El Museo del Barrio, The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce (Harlem Week), Brooklyn Museum, The Network Journal, and Queens Council on the Arts, and many others. Click here to see our “Partners List.”
New York Public Radio is learning about key issues and concerns directly from the community while expanding and diversifying its audience. In this way, we are informing people of the many ways to voice their concerns and also become involved with New York Public Radio.