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VPR.net is changing to VPR.org
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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.

The current VPR app on the left; the new VPR app in development to be released in 2019.
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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.

VPR.net Maintenance

Oct 12, 2018
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Follow this post for information about maintenance work on VPR.net the weekend of 10/12/18.

VPR's Online Comments Policy

Mar 23, 2017

Visitors to VPR.net post hundreds of comments every month. We welcome and value your comments, the overwhelming majority of which are thoughtful and constructive. Every day, listeners contribute to Vermont Edition, provide feedback to our reporters and add important perspective and information to our coverage via the comments section.

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.

The new version of the VPR App is now available for Android. Visit Google Play to install the app or update it if you already have it. (UPDATED 7/21/2015)

We're rolling out a new VPR Audio Player at VPR.net to work in more browsers, across more devices, to serve more listeners. The new player is available now here. Please try it out on your computers, smartphones and tablets, send us a message and let is know what you think

To better serve our audience, VPR has been working hard to provide our distinctive programming on as many platforms as possible.

VPR is pleased to present the online stream Replay, featuring My Place with Joel Najman and All The Traditions with Robert Resnik. Below are frequently asked questions (FAQs) that explain how the stream works.

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This stream was updated on 6/24/14. The content and schedule were changed to add All The Traditions with Robert Resnik! Check out the new stream, VPR Replay, and review the frequently asked questions.

Original Post, 1/28/14

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The VPR iPhone App has been completely redesigned and it's now available for free from the App Store.