Jefferson Public Radio’s flagship station is the JPR Fm. The aim of JPR Fm is to Enhance the quality of community dialogue about regional, state, national and international civic issues by presenting in-depth news and public affairs programming. Make available that music that otherwise would not be available on the radio. JPR Fm is the primary source of classical music, jazz, world music, folk and blues in the region it serves.

Jefferson Public Radio offers three different listening options. The Rhythm & News Service is dedicated to people with eclectic taste. Think singer/songwriter, jazz, AAA (not the automotive association), rock, reggae, pop, blues, alt.country, and world beat. And NPR news.

Jefferson Public Radio serves listeners in southern Oregon and northern California with radio programming that is not available via commercial media. The Classics & News Service plays, well, classical music. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and their buddies. The News & Information Service features 24 hours of smart people talking. Some are British (BBC), others wear glasses (This American Life), and others are Garrison Keillor (A Prairie Home Companion.) Jefferson Public Radio is a member of National Public Radio and the Northwest News Network, and is an affiliate of the BBC, Public Radio International, and American Public Media.

Radio Information:

Location: USA

Language: English

Genres: Electronic, Jazz, News

WebSite: www.ijpr.org