Public Radio on Tap (PROT) seeks to bring together young professionals in the St. Louis region who are seeking to learn something new or stay on top of current news trends, in venues throughout St. Louis City and County to debate, discuss and converse over what currently makes St. Louis tick. All proceeds from PROT events will benefit St. Louis Public Radio programming and reporting and help to keep St. Louis as one of the leading National Public Radio stations in the country.
From the plethora of parks to the scores of scenic riverways, Missouri is teeming with opportunities to forge new paths, and the Young Friends of St. Louis Public Radio want to help you find your next adventure. Join us for public radio on tap on Thursday, June 23 at 6 P.M., at UMSL at Grand Center to learn about the great outdoors from our panel of local outdoor enthusiasts.
Public Radio on Tap events are made up of the 4 following components:
Past events included "An Anatomy of a Radio Story" hosted at Sage, "Sustainability" hosted at the Missouri Botanical Garden, "Microbrews in the Lou" hosted at Square One Brewery and "Election Edition" hosted at St. Louis Public Radio.
STLPR is listener supported non-commercial, non-profit news that seeks to be a trusted source of information and entertainment that opens minds and nourishes the spirit. Currently the station reaches 230,000+ listeners in the St. Louis area, with 20,000+ contributing members (1100 Young Friends members).
Venues will receive:
Venues need to be able to provide:
If interested in hosting a Public Radio on Tap event please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org