Central Arkansas radio stations KUAR and KLRE are rebranding as Little Rock Public Radio, the station’s management announced Monday (Aug. 28).
“As we celebrate 50 years of Public Radio in central Arkansas, this rebranding represents a fresh chapter in our shared history. We believe that our new name better captures the essence of our community, and we are excited to continue our mission of fostering meaningful conversations and connecting neighbors,” said Jonathan Seaborn, General Manager of Little Rock Public Radio.
Talk Business & Politics is a content partner with Little Rock Public Radio. TB&P’s radio show airs Mondays at 6pm on the KUAR station.
“Our listeners can look forward to a dynamic range of new programs that will appear this year to reflect the diversity and vibrancy of central Arkansas. Thought-provoking discussions, enriching content, and captivating stories will continue to be the cornerstone of our programming lineup. This evolution reinforces our pledge to serve as a beacon of reliable information and a catalyst for positive change,” the stations said in a news release.
The stations can be accessed at 89.1 FM and 90.5 FM. They can also be accessed at www.littlerockpublicradio.org and on social media @LittleRockPublicRadio.
Little Rock Public Radio, a National Public Radio (NPR) member station, is affiliated with UA Little Rock.