Vermont Public Radio’s website and digital products changed from VPR.net to VPR.org. While you’ll notice this change when you hear our website referenced on the air, all of the online services will redirect automatically and the change should be a seamless experience.
Several months ago we conducted a survey of the users of VPR's apps to hear from you about what's working, as well as how we can improve the apps. We wanted to share with you some of what we heard and what comes next.
Update: All VPR Online Streams came back online around 2:20 p.m. If you still have trouble with the streams, or any VPR service, please send us a message. Thanks again for your patience during this planned maintenance: we don't anticipate another service outage any time soon.
In recent months we’ve heard from more people using Alexa and similar "smart speakers" to listen to Vermont Public Radio. We're using this post to give you the latest information along with tips for the easiest ways to use Alexa to hear the latest VPR news, music and podcasts.
We’re changing the notifications you receive from the VPR mobile apps to give you more control over what you get from VPR. You can now control the categories of notifications you receive from VPR, rather than simply an all-or-nothing approach.
Who leads the race for president and the key statewide offices in Vermont? What are the top issues on voters' minds and how much do they trust some of Vermont's institutions? VPR has once again partnered with The Castleton Polling Institute to ask Vermonters what you think about the big issues facing our state and the choices voters face on Nov. 8.
As a VPR listener, you're probably aware that we've been working hard for the past several years to stay ahead of rapid changes in the radio landscape.
Our goal is to continue to provide the news, music and programming you want and in the way that you want it, so I'm inviting you to share your feedback about technology in our eighth annual Public Radio Tech Survey conducted with Jacobs Media.
Listen to the live webcast Wednesday, March 12 beginning at 8:30 p.m. The lineup includes Perfect Pussy, Eagulls, Kelis, Damon Albarn and St. Vincent. On Friday at noon tune in for the SXSW keynote address delivered by Lady Gaga.
NPR Music presents Arcade Fire live in concert from Capitol Studios in Los Angeles. The Montreal-based indie rock band will perform highlights from its new album, Reflektor, the follow-up to their Grammy winning 2011 release The Suburbs.
When Tropical Storm Irene raged through Vermont it shattered homes and businesses, roads and bridges. 1,400 households were displaced. Many people were left with nothing, except the muddied remnants of their belongings. Some lost their homes and their jobs. The storm had eroded the foundations of many people’s lives. But others reached out to help.