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MAPB News

  • WKAR Presents COVID Diaries: On the Front Line | American Portrait

    On October 1 at 10 p.m., WKAR Public Media (East Lansing) will present “COVID Diaries: On the Front Line,” a WKAR original special produced as part of the PBS American Portrait project. Produced under social distancing and other health and safety guidelines required during a pandemic, the story is told through video captured remotely through… read more

  • WKAR Teams Up with MSU’s College of Engineering for Mask Video

    WKAR Public Media (East Lansing) has collaborated with Michigan State University’s College of Engineering to produce a video showing the effectiveness of wearing a mask during the current COVID-19 pandemic.  Entitled “Display it, don’t spray it,” the video features Dr. Rob Stephenson, science educator and Emmy-award winning host of WKAR’s Curious Crew, along with high-resolution, slow-motion… read more

  • WCMU Public Media hosts Back-to-School Virtual Conversation

    On September 2, WCMU Public Media (Mt. Pleasant) hosted a “virtual conversation” on Zoom, offering insight on how local Michigan communities are approaching both online and in-person learning while keeping their communities safe.  “Returning to School” featured speakers including Superintendent of Gaylord Community Schools, Brian Pearson; Superintendent of Bay City Public Schools, Stephen C. Bigelow,… read more

  • WKAR’s Gary Blievernicht Announces Retirement

    Gary Blievernicht, highly respected engineer in the Michigan broadcasting industry and nationwide, has announced his retirement from WKAR and MSU, effective early February 2021. Blievernicht is senior director of engineering for WKAR Public Media at Michigan State University. During his 28 years at MSU, Blievernicht led WKAR’s transition from analog to digital television broadcasting, headed… read more

  • Michigan Radio’s Stateside Highlights Station Alum Jenn White

    In conjunction with NPR 1A host Jenn White’s appearance as a one-day “takeover” host of  the station’s Stateside program this past Tuesday, Stateside interviewed White to talk about about her career and public radio.  White is a veteran of Michigan Radio and was longtime local host of  All Things Considered before leaving for Chicago’s WBEZ-FM… read more

  • WCMU Public Media Hosts Town Hall on Moving Forward from Flooding

    On August 11, WCMU Public Media and the Midland Center for the Arts hosted a one-hour virtual town hall titled “Moving Forward: Midland.”  The town hall was a forum to talk about how businesses, nonprofits and families are moving forward, following millions of dollars of flood damage in the Midland area which occurred on top… read more

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