Mission: To make the mind more curious, the heart more open, and the spirit more joyful through excellent audio programming that is deeply rooted in new york.
Programs: New york public radio consists of wnyc am 820, wnyc fm 93. 9, www. Wnyc. Org, wnjt fm 88. 1, wnjp fm 88. 5, wnjy fm 89. 3, wnjo fm 90. 3, www. Njpr. Org, wqxr 105. 9 fm, www. Wqxr. Org and the jerome l. Greene performance space. Wnyc and wqxr are among the country's top leading public radio stations. Established in 1924 as a municipal radio station and operated as such for seventy-four years, new york public radio now exists as an independent, not-for-profit organization with a vibrant board of trustees. For more information, see schedule o.
technical operations for the distribution and support of programming on wnyc am, wnyc fm, www. Wnyc. Org, wnjt fm, wnjp fm, wnjy fm, wnjo fm, www. Njpr. Org, wqxr fm, www. Wqxr. Org, wqxw fm, and the jerome l. Greene performance space. Engineering of all radio, digital and live performance programming and information technology for the entire ny public radio organization.
marketing support services: new york public radio's marketing efforts promote the unique programming and events produced by wnyc and wqxr, including news, cultural, and music radio programming, original online content, and a schedule of live events in the jerome l. Greene performance space. The community engagement department is devoted to reaching out to all communities in the new york metropolitan area to engage citizens in an effort to build stronger community relations and public value-furthering the station's role as a public service media organization.