You’ve likely noticed some alterations in the schedule on 90.3 WPLN FM. Some of this has been driven by budgetary realities, some by national shows coming to an end, and others by changing listening habits during the pandemic. Through it all, we remain committed to bringing you compelling content to inspire, inform and elicit joy.
The women who fought for the right to vote in Tennessee, more than 100 years ago, often had to face down social and family disapproval. One of those women, Frances Davis, marched in a suffrage parade a few years before the historic vote that ratified the 19th Amendment. The march was most likely in 1916, […]
Though the results are yet to be official, and most likely to be challenged, incumbent Congressman Scott DesJalais beat State Senator Jim Tracy by 35 votes.
Earlier this year, Beretta announced plans to open a research and development facility and new production lines in Gallatin. Now, the Italian company says it will move the Maryland production lines “in their entirety to the new Tennessee facility.”
The following is a quick excerpting of some of Blake’s work.
This is a sampling of our work – excerpts of daily news coverage, light features, and hard news. We strive to find the surprising, explore the intriguing, and identify the important. Thanks for listening.
WPLN produced multiple stories in 2013 on an embattled for-profit cyber school operating statewide. The pieces range from an initial legislative hearing regarding low test scores, to investigating the company’s business model and finally, covering a failed attempt by the company to open a second cyber school in the state.
This is a compilation of Nina Cardona’s 2013 work for the Best Newscaster in Radio category.
This is a compilation of Bradley’s work for the Best Newscaster category in Radio.
This is a sample of WPLN’s 2013 coverage of the Medicaid expansion issue in Tennessee. It includes six spots and one feature length piece out of the dozens produced on this subject. 9:23 running time.