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American Public Media is the largest station-based public radio organization in the U.S., combining multi-regional station operations, national content creation and distribution in one organization. With a portfolio that includes BBC World Service and Marketplace® and the leading classical music programming in the nation, APM is one of the largest producers of public radio programming in the world. One thousand stations carry American Public Media’s 20-plus national programs. Its multi-regional station operations include 49 public radio stations and 42 translators in the Upper Midwest and California.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The success of our public service depends on the talented and dedicated teams that make up Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media. We’ve made a commitment to making our organization more equitable, diverse and inclusive, and we are taking these steps now.
American Public Media Group CEO Jon McTaggart shares more here.
APM and MPR Board of Directors Appoint a CEO Search Committee
The APM and MPR Board of Directors, consistent with their governance responsibilities, have appointed a CEO Search Committee (CSC) to find the next CEO of APMG.
Community conversations and meetings are important to understanding our world. Your health and safety are important to Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media. We can convene these conversations in online events that spark discussion, while capturing the experience for broadcast on air.
American Public Media’s award-winning portfolio of more than 20 nationally distributed programs include the BBC World Service, Live from Here, Performance Today®, Marketplace®, Marketplace Weekend™ and The Splendid Table®.
Leverage our reputation. Magnify your reach.
Put our listeners within your reach with American Public Media, the premier producer of award-winning programs about world events, business, food, money, books, classical music lifestyle stories and more. APM delivers an engaged audience interested in far more than just news headlines.