NPR

  • Testing, 123 …

    Did you know that WGCU Public Media… …broadcasts FIVE separate television channels? …broadcasts TWO separate radio channels? …provides a special RADIO READING SERVICE for the blind and print challenged? …produces two PODCASTS? …provides a portal to PBS and NPR PROGRAMS online? … and has a MOBILE APP that allows you to access it all? Yes,

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  • Meet Waldo!

    Who’s Waldo? We’re glad you asked. Waldo visited WGCU recently from his home at Beachwalk in North Naples and sat for a photo shoot. He’s 15 pounds of chicken jerky-loving, brown-eyed, brown-nosed, white curly fluffiness. He’s a poodle, and any pup from the ’doodle world is one of the pack in his eyes (no matter

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  • NPR’s charismatic host a most inspiring visitor

      We had the great good fortune of hosting Joshua Johnson of NPR’s 1A earlier this month at WGCU. Johnson is a rare and charismatic talent. He wowed our WGCU Public Media Advisory Board, reception guests and 150 fans during the course of the eight hours he spent with us. We were fortunate to be

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  • Free speech and press are cause for celebration

    On November 12 and 13, WGCU – along with our partners at The News-Press, the Naples Daily News and Florida Gulf Coast University – will present the 2018 First Amendment Festival, which will focus on free speech, freedom of the press and the public’s access to information in the U.S. You can get more information

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  • Nothing ‘fake’ about public media

    FROM WGCU GENERAL MANAGER RICK JOHNSON: “Americans are most likely to rate PBS News, The Associated Press (AP) and National Public Radio (NPR) as being ‘not biased at all’ or ‘not very biased.’ In contrast, they are most likely to rate Fox News (67%) and Breitbart News (57%) as ‘extremely biased’ or ‘very biased.’ Close

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