The public radio service of western Kentucky. Also heard in southern Indiana and northern Tennessee.
Primary geographic focus: Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee
Organization type(s): Media
For more than 30 years, the Public Radio Service of Western Kentucky University has fulfilled a consistent mission: to enhance the quality of life in this region by presenting unique, non-commercial programming of exceptional quality.
From the highest caliber national, international, and local journalism to world-class arts and entertainment programs, WKU Public Radio brings listeners a wealth of ideas, information, and inspiration every day.
Starting with a single signal in 1980, the service has grown to include four transmitters serving a population of 1.3 million across Kentucky, southern Indiana, and northern Tennessee. WKU Public also has a strong online presence, which includes live streaming and extensive audio archives.
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November 18, 2014
Only Oklahoma ranks lower than Kentucky when it comes to how the state’s court system serves its low-income and disabled population. On a 100-point scale, Kentucky comes in at 33.4 percent.
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