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WKAR TV Takes Home National Award for 2018

Jan 30, 2019
Award winners with trophy
Courtesy / NETA

WKAR TV was honored to receive a national award during the 2018 National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) Awards gala on Jan. 21, 2019.

Steven Karl Meuché: 1944-2019

Jan 29, 2019
portrait: Steve Meuche
WKAR-MSU

WKAR Public Media has learned that former MSU Director of Broadcasting and WKAR General Manager Steven Meuché passed away January 23, 2019, at age 74.

Robin Pizzo | Station Profile

Jan 9, 2019
LINDSAY WILKINSON PHOTOGRAPHY

This month WKAR shines the spotlight on WKAR Director of Education Robin Pizzo

Meet Abigail Censky

Jan 4, 2019
Abigail Censky
Abigail Censky / Twitter

WKAR News welcomes Abigail Censky as the new politics and government reporter! Let's get to know her with a quick Q&A: 

Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

EAST LANSING, MI - WKAR’s original program Off The Record presents Evening with the Governor, featuring Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and First Lady Sue Snyder. 

portrait: Jody Knol
Stacy Hoxsey / WKAR-MSU

New weekly classical music series comes to Capital Region, Greater Detroit and Northern Michigan radio beginning in January.

Emily in downtown Lansing
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

The call of the Pacific Northwest came to Morning Edition host Emily Fox earlier this month. And Emily answered.

Abigail Censky
Abigail Censky / Twitter

WKAR News is expanding its political and government reporting in mid-Michigan with the addition of Abigail Censky. 


Steve Drummond holding the I Heart WKAR button.
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

WKAR welcomed Steve Drummond, Senior Education Editor for NPR News and Executive Producer of the podcast Code Switch. During his visit, Drummond offered valuable insight and great feedback for the WKAR News team and MSU journalism students. 

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