April 19, 2017

The 21st partners with Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism

The 21st—a production of Illinois Public Media airing on four public media stations across state—is excited to announce a partnership with Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Beginning in May, Host and Executive Producer Niala Boodhoo will be hosting live broadcasts of the show from Medill’s downtown newsroom. 


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npr.org
March 28, 2017

Illinois Public Media welcomes 1A to WILL-AM 580 airwaves

NPR’s 1A, hosted by Joshua Johnson, will be joining the WILL-AM 580 lineup on May 1, airing from 9-11 am Monday-Friday. With a name inspired by the First Amendment, 1A explores important issues such as policy, politics, technology, and what connects us across the fissures that divide the country. 


February 06, 2017

Stranded by the State documentary spotlights impact of Illinois budget crisis

Stranded by the State—a two-part documentary special presented by Illinois Public Media focusing on the long-term toll the Illinois budget crisis has had on everyday people across the state—will begin broadcasting on public television stations February 14, the day before Governor Bruce Rauner’s state budget address.


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PBS The Source
December 27, 2016

WILL-TV to launch free 24/7 multiplatform PBS KIDS service

The new PBS KIDS 24/7 WILL-TV channel and live stream will support Illinois Public Media’s mission to reach all central Illinois children with high-quality educational content. Interactive games integration to follow initial launch.


Illustration of University of Illinois Alma Mater with faces of all eight subjects in the series.
December 05, 2016

Illinois Public Media brings #BlackScienceMatters to wider audience

This is a series of eight short films—produced by students of the College of Media at University of Illinois under the leadership of journalism professor Charles "Stretch" Ledford—examining the larger pervasive national issue of the severe underrepresentation of African-Americans in the sciences.

Black Science Matters: Series Overview


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