619 S. 4th Street serves as the home of Louisville Public Media. Every week, hundreds of people come through our front doors. It is a wonderful space, but it needs to be completely remodeled to better meet our needs — and yours. After all, it’s been 20 years since we did this the last time. A lot has changed.
Louisville Public Media provides thoughtful, independent journalism and engaging, enriching arts and cultural programming to satisfy your curiosity. Your support will help us build a modern space for a growing staff and embrace new technologies so we can continue to deliver programming that matters to you.
As digital listening and news consumption continue to grow, we need to ensure we have an established delivery system to start and foster an expanded and enhanced digital operation. Better websites and new mobile apps? You asked and we’ve delivered.
The needs that inspired our founding in 1950 are far greater today. There is unprecedented consolidation of media: Only 5 corporations now control more than 90 percent of Americans’ news and information. And few music stations are locally programmed.
We still believe local matters. And we are growing to meet the needs of our community.
Because we live here, too.
Bill and Barbara Juckett, Co-Chairs (pictured at left)
Summer Auerbach and S. Brandon Coan, Co-Chairs (pictured at right)