Listen to MPR

Stations | Podcasts | More StreamsHide Streams

Minnesota Public Radio's Broadcast Journalist Series

Minnesota Public Radio's Broadcast Journalist Series

For over 20 years, Minnesota Public Radio's Broadcast Journalist Series has commissioned journalists and correspondents for a 24-hour residency four times a year, 2 in the fall and 2 in the spring. While here the journalists share insights on their craft as well as on people and events. Hosted by MPR's Tom Weber, all events take place at the University of St. Thomas O'Shaughnessy Education Center. Registration required, but tickets are free.

Upcoming Events

Science Night Jr.: Cats and Dogs

October 18, 2:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets

20th Anniversary Celebration of The Splendid Table

October 22, 7:30pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets

Talking Volumes: Jeffrey Cranor and Joseph Fink on "Welcome to Night Vale: A Novel"

October 25, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets

Find more events

Around MPR

Member Drive Update

Thank you, members! More than 7,000 Members donated during our Fall member drive. Your support makes this invaluable resource possible. Learn more about MPR’s Membership Goals and contribute today.

Contact us

Reach us with your comments and questions about programs, website content or your membership.

MPR | APM Annual Report

Legacy Amendment Projects

Legacy Amendment Projects

Programming and Projects Supported by Minnesota Legacy Amendment's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund

What Members are Saying

MPR is a member-supported, community-based public radio service. Each one of our members’ contributions are vital to our ability to bring news and music to their communities.

Want to be a part of our success? Give now.

From Our Services

MPR News

Macalester's Marlon James wins prestigious Man Booker Prize

His third novel, "A Brief History of Seven Killings," which centers on the attempted assassination of Bob Marley, has already won an American Book Award and a Minnesota Book Award.

The Current

Today’s Music News: John Berg, designer of ‘Born to Run’ and ‘Blonde on Blonde’ album covers, dies at 83

John Berg, a longtime art director for Columbia Records, has died at age 83. Among his most recognizable designs were Bob Dylan‘s Blonde on Blonde and Greatest Hits album covers, and Bruce Springsteen‘s Born to Run. (Rolling Stone) Bobby Brown has announced that next June, he’ll publish a “raw and unvarnished” memoir that will explore “the crazy, exciting, fascinating world…

Classical MPR

Flicks in Five: Dances with Wolves

'Dances with Wolves' changed both Kevin Costner's career as an actor and director as well as the place of Westerns in American film history. On Flicks in Five, we hear John Barry's Oscar-winning score.