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Radio from the Ozarks by people who live there

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Radio from the Ozarks by people who live there

Ozark Highlands Radio is a FREE hour-long public radio program that features live musical performances recorded at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Arkansas.

With archival recordings from native Ozark musicians to the contemporary Roots/Old Time performers of today, Ozark Highlands Radio explores the history, tradition and current trends in traditional and modern acoustic music.

Recent programs have featured:

  • Marty Stuart & the Fabulous Superlatives
  • A. J. Croce
  • The Savoy Family Cajun Band

In addition, “Feature Host” segments take listeners on a musical journey with historians, authors and personalities who explore the people, stories and history of the Ozark region.

  • 40 original programs per year
  • A combination of well-known performers and emerging artists provides listeners with a mix of discovery and familiarity.
  • Superior quality recordings and mixes of live performances
  • Insight and discovery of new places, people and history with “Feature Host” segments
  • Fund Drive show available with promotional materials (OHR hats etc…) for affiliate stations to send donors as thank you gifts for support.

For more information, visit our PROGRAM PAGE.

What is UnderCurrents WEEKEND?

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What is UnderCurrents WEEKEND?

What is UnderCurrents WEEKEND?

It’s a music show – Discover new music, meet up-and-coming artists at music festivals, visit backstage with stars.
It’s a travel show – Visit far away lands like Cuba or Costa Rica, or nearby getaways like National Parks.
It’s a food show – Find new restaurants and pubs, tour colorful markets and farms, plus cooking tips and recipes.
It’s about people – Meet interesting people and unusual characters pursuing their passion, or just out having fun on the weekend.
It’s diverse – it explores Hispanic, Native American, Asian, and African-American cultures and music.
It’s fun! – it’s what we do on the weekends – movies, restaurants, camping, hiking, beaches, going out, staying home…..

For more information, visit our program listing.

Spring is in the air…

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Spring is in the air…

Spring  into the history of recorded sound!

Sound Beat is a daily, 90-second public radio show that showcases recordings from Syracuse University Libraries’ Belfer Audio Archive, one of the nation’s largest sound archives.

Episodes feature a wide range of recordings from all musical genres, film scores, and great thinkers and political figures such as Albert Einstein and Teddy Roosevelt, and more. Listeners will hear fascinating rare gems, old favorites, and some never heard before recordings.

For more information about Sound Beat, check out our Program Listing  

There’s something in the water – UnderCurrents!

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There’s something in the water –   UnderCurrents!

What do the top Triple A stations have in common?

Full Time Triple A Nielsen Diary*:

#1 WNCW – last year added an hour of UnderCurrents on Sat night
Dual Format Triple A+NPR News Nielsen Diary*:
#1 Iowa Public Radio/Studio One – 25 hrs of UnderCurrents each week
#3 Jefferson Public Radio Rhythm & News – 46 hrs of UnderCurrents each week
#4 WRUR – 7 hrs of UnderCurrents each week
Join the top Triple A stations and the 180 stations around the USA and the world
that air UnderCurrents.
For more information, click HERE.

Wondering how to reach those younger, diverse listeners?

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Wondering how to reach those younger, diverse listeners?

Café Chill
Filling your airwaves with good vibes and too much coffee!
A one-hour weekly Chill Mix from KNHC in Seattle

Café Chill is Public Radio’s weekly curated chill mixproduced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, USA (at the studios of C89.5 FM)
Café Chill’s relaxed EDM mix targets the 25 – 45 year old diverse millennial and gen-x’ers, and their adjacent demographics that can be challenging for most public radio stations.

For more information, visit our program listing.