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Jefferson Exchange | July 21-25, 2014
2:05 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

Meet The New Boss, Recycling CFLs and More: The Week On The Exchange

Southern Oregon University's new president pays a visit to the basement AND we get a lesson in recycling the little fluorescent light bulbs.

Plus, the bull trout gets ANOTHER lawsuit on its behalf and the Oregon Caves may get to expand. 

These are among the many highlights of The Exchange during the week of July 21st.

Minus the pictures and direct links, here's the list so far:

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Tuned In
9:24 am
Tue July 1, 2014

The NPR Newsroom 2.0

NPR and member stations across the country are joining forces to bring listeners news and analysis.

NPR recently announced a restructuring of its newsroom designed to more efficiently utilize resources while expanding editorial hubs that combine the digital and audio work of its reporters, editors, producers and bloggers around specific areas of focus.

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Tuned In
10:27 am
Thu May 1, 2014

Good News...Bad News About Federal Funding

Language contained in House Republican’s FY 2015 budget blueprint released in early April calls for the elimination of all funding for public broadcasting.

The appropriations season is unfolding in Washington D.C. and there is both good news and bad news to report related to continued funding for public broadcasting stations around the country.

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Thanks for your support!
6:55 pm
Mon April 7, 2014

Spring Fund Drive Ends With Record Result!

Joe Porta and Marianne Baker took special care of JPR volunteers and staff on the final night of our Spring Fund Drive. Thanks Joe and Marianne!

Our Spring Fund Drive ended at 8pm on Tuesday with a terrific last day.  We raised more than in any previous fund drive, although we fell just a whisker shy of our goal.  Here are the final pledge totals:

  • TOTAL PLEDGES:  $192,882
  • NEW MEMBERS:  359

From all of us here at JPR, thanks so much for your support!

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Congratulations to our Drawing Winners:

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Tuned In
10:03 am
Mon March 31, 2014

R&R For Carl

When Carl Kassell talks, Peter Sagal listens,
Photo: Tony Nagelmann

After waking up well before dawn for 30 years and flying every week to Chicago for the past 15, Carl Kasell is ready for some well-earned R&R and has announced he’s retiring this spring after a five-decade career in broadcasting. Carl will record his final broadcasts for Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me! this spring during shows that are being planned to celebrate his career in Chicago and Washington, D.C.

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Carl Kasell Retires
11:33 am
Tue March 4, 2014

After 5-Decade Career, NPR's Carl Kasell Will Retire

Doby Photography NPR

After a five-decade career in broadcasting, Carl Kasell announced his retirement on Tuesday.

Carl will record his final broadcast for Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me! this spring. He will, however, remain "scorekeeper emeritus" for the show. Before becoming the official scorekeeper for the NPR news quiz show in 1998, Carl anchored the newscast for Morning Edition.

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11:00 am
Thu January 30, 2014

JPR & OPB Team Up: State Of Jefferson Issues

Lead in text: 
Oregon Public Broadcasting makes occasional treks to the State of Jefferson to explore issues of statewide interest to its audience. Listen Friday (1/31) at Noon as we air OPB's Think Out Loud, live from the Jacksonville Inn. If you'd like to attend the live broadcast, see below...
Peter Laufer/The Elusive State of Jefferson What is the State of Jefferson? Is is a historic secessionist movement? A state of mind? An imaginary, "mythical state"? An inevitable, soon-to-be 51st state? The answer - depending on who you ask - is "yes."
Tickets Now On Sale
3:34 pm
Tue December 31, 2013

JPR's 33rd Annual Wine Tasting Now on Feb 13

Due to the severe winter storm that crashed into the Rogue Valley in early December we've rescheduled JPR’s 33rd Annual Wine Tasting & Silent Auction to Thursday, February 13, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm at the Historic Ashland Springs Hotel in downtown Ashland. This annual Rogue Valley tradition features a diverse selection of the region's finest wines, delicious food, live music and good friends of public radio. We here at JPR are proud to host the 33rd Annual Wine Tasting and are so grateful that the community supports this festive event year after year.

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Listener Announcement
5:40 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

2014 Program Lineup

Classics & News Schedule

Beginning in January, JPR made a number of changes to its three program service schedules.  In all, thirteen new shows were added to our schedules, including The Moth Radio Hour and American Routes

Many popular programs returned to the airwaves like Radiolab, and Science Friday, and a number of existing programs moved to either new spots in the schedule, or in the case of Fresh Air and Q, a different schedule entirely.

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Keep JPR Strong in 2014
10:32 am
Wed December 4, 2013

Support JPR With A Year-end Gift

CONTRIBUTE NOW!

2013 has been a memorable year.  And, every day JPR has been part of the journey … providing news that informs and music that inspires.

When discoveries are made… when chaos breaks out… when your world changes… you turn to JPR.  When you want to learn about a new artist making waves on the music scene … or revisit a beloved classic … JPR is here for you.

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