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American Public Media

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Media & Broadcasting


480 Cedar St.St. Paul, MN 55101 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

American Public Media's mission is to enrich the mind and nourish the spirit, thereby assisting our audiences to enhance their lives, expand perspectives and strengthen their communities.


American Public Media is the largest owner and operator of public radio stations in the nation, and the second largest producer and distributor of public radio programs, which include such public radio staples as A Prairie Home Companion, Performance Today, Marketplace, The Splendid Table, On Being, and special reports produced by our national documentary unit, American RadioWorks.

Nearly 800 stations reaching 15.4 million listeners carry our programs each week.

American Public Media is the parent organization for Minnesota Public Radio, Southern California Public Radio and Classical South Florida.

American Public Media is also the pioneer of the Public Insight Network -- 150,000 people across the United States and beyond who regularly share their knowledge and experiences with our journalists at over 50 newsrooms to make news coverage smarter, more relevant and collaborative.


Would you recommend American Public Media?
3 reviews Write a review
by Bridgette D. (March 28, 2012)
I would recommend this organization to others, assisting with public outreach through awareness and education.. Interested in volunteer opportunities mother and daughter....B/J
by Henrietta H. (July 25, 2011)
I already tell my friends that I listen to your programs. I value your quality and integrity. I rely on your programs for information, entertainment and ongoing learning. You could count me as a fan.
by Greg B. from Los Angeles, CA (Administrator for this Organization) (July 21, 2010)
Getting a wider range of opinions is an important part of the future of journalism.

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