WBUR


90.9 WBUR-FM is Boston’s NPR news station which reach millions of listeners each week on NPR stations across the United States and online. WBUR provides listeners with thorough coverage of local, national and international news from NPR, Public Radio International and the BBC, in addition to its own locally produced content. (Scroll down to learn more!)


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Description

WBUR has a dedicated newsroom reporting original, local content throughout the day, as well as Radio Boston, a daily news magazine examining issues, news, people and places through a distinctly Boston lens.

Through a dynamic exchange of ideas, WBUR serves and engages the local community as a source of news and information, providing insight and cultural context that unites a diverse, complex and changing world.

Founded in 1950, WBUR began broadcasting NPR programming in 1970, offering NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered along with local news programming and establishing its iconic identity as a news and information station. One of the nation’s most successful public radio stations today, WBUR produces national programs On Point, Here & Now, Only A Game and Car Talk, reaching millions of listeners on NPR stations across the United States and online. Located on Commonwealth Avenue at Boston University, WBUR has the largest radio newsroom in New England, dedicated to covering topics that matter in Boston, across Massachusetts and throughout the region.

Through a dynamic exchange of ideas, WBUR serves and engages the local community as a source of news and information, providing insight and cultural context that unites a diverse, complex and changing world.

Highlights

  • Produces and airs more than 30 hours of original programming each week
  • Reaches approximately 500,000 listeners weekly
  • Generates multimedia content online with live streaming and podcasts — plus text and audio for radio stories — in addition to digital first projects, Cognoscenti (ideas and opinions) and The ARTery (arts and culture).
  • Engages thousands of fans on Facebook and Twitter, plus a community of users who share stories and photos via our iPhone application, YouTube and Flickr

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