Alabama

Additional audio content from WUOA in Alabama is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

KAKM Alaska Public Media
Anchorage, Alaska

KCAW
Sitka, Alaska

KDLG
Dillingham, Alaska

KUCB
Unalaska, Alaska

KYUK
Bethel, Alaska

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
Anchorage, Alaska

Additional audio content from KPPC, KEBS, and San Bernardino Valley College in California is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

KEET
Eureka, California

KPCC
Pasadena, California

KQED
San Francisco, California

KRCB
Rohnert Park, California

KUSC
Los Angeles, California

KUSP
Santa Cruz, California

KVCR
San Bernardino, California

KVIE
Sacramento, California

PBS SoCaL
Costa Mesa, California

Pacifica Radio Archives
North Hollywood, California

Radio Bilingue
Fresno, California

Additional audio content from University of Denver in Colorado is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Colorado Public Television
Denver, Colorado

KGNU
Boulder, Colorado

KUVO
Denver, Colorado

Rocky Mountain PBS
Denver, Colorado

Additional audio content from Georgetown Forum in DC is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Library of Congress
Washington, DC

NewsHour Productions
Washington, DC

WHUT
Washington, DC

Additional audio content from University of Florida in Florida is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

WEDU
Tampa, Florida

WGCU Public Media
Fort Myers, Florida

WJCT
Jacksonville, Florida

WPBT2
Miami, Florida

WUFT
Gainesville, Florida

WUSF
Tampa, Florida

Additional audio content from University of Chicago and WMBI in Illinois is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

WBEZ
Chicago, Illinois

WILL Illinois Public Media
Urbana, Illinois

WSIU
Carbondale, Illinois

WYCC PBS Chicago
Chicago, Illinois

Additional audio content from WBAA in Indiana is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

WFIU
Bloomington, Indiana

WFYI
Indianapolis, Indiana

WTIU
Bloomington, Indiana

Additional audio content from WSUI in Iowa is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Iowa Public Radio
Des Moines, Iowa

Iowa Public Television
Johnston, Iowa

Kansas

Additional audio content from U. of Kansas in Kansas is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Louisiana Public Broadcasting
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

WWOZ
New Orleans, Louisiana

New England Public Radio
Amherst, Massachusetts

WGBH
Boston, Massachusetts

WGBY
Springfield, Massachusetts

WUMB
Boston, Massachusetts

Additional audio content from WUOM, WDET, and WMUK in Michigan is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Blue Lake Public Radio
Twin Lake, Michigan

Detroit Public Television
Wixom, Michigan

WGVU Public TV and Radio
Grand Rapids, Michigan

WIAA
Interlochen, Michigan

WKAR
East Lansing, Michigan

Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minnesota

Pioneer Public Television
Appleton, Minnesota

Twin Cities Public Television
St. Paul, Minnesota

WTIP
Grand Marais, Minnesota

Film and Media Archive, Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri

KCPT
Kansas City, Missouri

KMOS
Warrensburg, Missouri

Ozarks Public Television
Springfield, Missouri

The Nine Network of Public Media
St. Louis, Missouri

New Jersey Network
Trenton, New Jersey

WFMU
Jersey City, New Jersey

KUNM
Albuquerque, New Mexico

New Mexico PBS
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Additional audio content from WRVR, Union Theological Seminary, and WBFO in New York is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Mountain Lake PBS
Plattsburgh, New York

Thirteen WNET
New York, New York

WCNY
Liverpool, New York

WMHT
Troy, New York

WNED
Buffalo, New York

WNYC
New York, New York

WPBS
Watertown, New York

WRFA
Jamestown, New York

WSKG Public Broadcasting
Vestal, New York

WXXI Public Broadcasting
Rochester, New York

UNC-TV
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Additional audio content from KUSD in North Dakota is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Prairie Public Broadcasting
Fargo, North Dakota

Additional audio content from WMUB and WGUC in Ohio is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

Cincinnati Public Radio
Cincinnati, Ohio

WOSU Public Media
Columbus, Ohio

WYSO
Yellow Springs, Ohio

WYSU
Youngstown, Ohio

ideastream
Cleveland, Ohio

KBOO Community Radio
Portland, Oregon

KWSO
Warm Springs, Oregon

Oregon Public Broadcasting
Portland, Oregon

Southern Oregon Public Television
Medford, Oregon

Additional audio content from WDUQ in Pennsylvania is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

PBS39
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

WDIY
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

WHYY
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

WQED
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

WVIA Public Media
Pittston, Pennsylvania

WXPN
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

South Dakota

Additional audio content from KFJM in South Dakota is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

WCTE
Cookeville, Tennessee

WDVX
Knoxville, Tennessee

KUHF-FM
Houston, Texas

KUT Radio
Austin, Texas

Blue Ridge PBS
Roanoke, Virginia

WHRO
Norfolk, Virginia

Additional audio content from KWSC in Washington is part of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) collection, contributed by the University of Maryland to the AAPB. The NAEB was established in 1934 from a precursor organization that formed in 1925. In 1951, NAEB established a tape duplication exchange system in Urbana, IL, where programs produced by university radio stations across the country were copied and distributed to member stations, an early networking scheme that influenced the history of later public radio and television systems. The more than 5,500 NAEB programs available in the AAPB come from the 1950s and 1960s, and include radio documentaries, coverage of events (hearings, meetings, conferences, and seminars), interviews, debates, and lectures on public affairs topics such as civil rights, foreign affairs, health, politics, education, and broadcasting.

KCTS 9
Seattle, Washington

KDNA
Granger, Washington

KEXP
Seattle, Washington

KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio
Seattle, Washington

Northwest Public Television
Pullman, Washington

Donald Voegeli
Madison, Wisconsin

James F. Voegeli
Madison, Wisconsin

WOJB
Hayward, Wisconsin

Wisconsin Public Radio
Madison, Wisconsin

Wisconsin Public Television
Madison, Wisconsin