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Annual Reports

2020 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

Illinois Public Media remains committed to independent, local, and regional journalism; to highlighting local storytelling through documentary film; to bringing you the very best in classical music and gardening advice; and to supporting those who support childhood education.

2019 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

Illinois Public Media remains committed to independent, local, and regional journalism; to highlighting local storytelling through documentary film; to bringing you the very best in classical music and gardening advice; and to supporting those who support childhood education.

Betsy Londrigen and Rodney David debating at Illinois Public Media

2018 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

Much of the media landscape in 2018 was dominated by the midterm elections. Illinois Public Media remained steadfast throughout, delivering on our mission to provide unbiased and well-sourced reporting.

Elizabeth Otto

2017 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

In 2017, we provided forums for localized conversations around the Vietnam War; produced award-winning programs, continued to expand our reach across Illinois, empowered young minds to interact with STEM activities on a global scale; and felt the power of Team WILL. 

2016 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

We gave power to the Illinois story through original films; delivered balanced, fair, and non-partisan election coverage as well as empowered local citizens through debates and voter guides; and equipped local schools and children with innovative tools to develop critical skills.

2015 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

We expanded our coverage with Longer Listen and the formation of Illinois Newsroom; evolved with dynamic web series and an upgraded mobile app; updated our technology and equipment; and connected with our communities through Bump Up the Volume!

2014 Illinois Public Media Annual Report

During 2014 Illinois Public Media convened political debates, investigated issues that matter to the people who live here and showed teachers how to use digital media to help kids learn.