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New contact info – SRG has moved to new offices. Please update your records.
SRG 2015 Planning Retreat – Early info is here. Meanwhile, send us your ideas for topics and focus.
Code of Editorial Integrity – principles and guidelines to protect the trust, independence, and accountability of local public media organizations.
Grow the Audience – planning the path to wider use and deeper value for public radio. Reports on the performance of news stations and classical stations.
Funding Local Journalism – making the case for transformative investments.
Mobile Internet: A Replacement for Radio? – Skip Pizzi on "the slow crossfade" in audio delivery platforms.
Future of Media – SRG's comments about public media in the FCC's wide-ranging inquiry
Individual Giving to Public Radio – an in-depth report with analysis, theory, proven practices, and good ideas to raise more money.
The Public Radio Format Study – these reports track important differences associated with public radio's different formats. An in-depth look at performance over the past six years.
Time to Become More than a Station – commentary on new technologies, localism, and leveraging public radio's assets.
Attack Ourselves – a think piece on strategic differentiation of public radio news formats.
Local Content Top Performers – programming that works on its own terms and for the station as a whole.
Community Advisory Boards – profiles of successful models around the country.
Focus on Civic Leadership - the key factor in governance
Keeping the Morning Edition Audience – lessons from top performers.
The Program Ledger: Evaluating Program Performance – as stations step up commitments to local programming, it is crucial to assess the impact of these important but costly investments.
The Path to Significance – eight key steps at public radio stations that made a transformative leap in organizational stature.
Programming performance – expectations for our local content and a study to spot stations doing especially well.