It’s been six years since VuHaus Group was launched as an independent non-profit dedicated to connecting public media’s music discovery stations with artists and audiences across the country.
Public Media Company and five leading public media organizations launched VuHaus Group in 2015 with a commitment to create meaningful distribution and revenue opportunities for music stations. The 20 current affiliates of VuHaus include joint licensees, stand-alone music stations, and NPR news and information services with digital-only music streams.
Station Managers and their Program Directors are invited to join leaders from VuHaus Group and its member stations to learn about how VuHaus Group is helping chart a new course for music stations in their communities via potential programming collaborations, new revenue opportunities, and growing impact beyond a station’s listening area.
Background on VuHaus Group
VuHaus Group owns and curates the NPR Live Sessions site within NPR.org, and remains an independent organization lead by its board of directors including founding stations KCRW, KUTX, The Bridge, WFUV and WXPN.
VuHaus Group member stations have expanded to include a broader range of music stations than originally envisioned and include OPB in Oregon (news focused org with Triple A and Jazz initiatives); KCRW in Southern California (news/music hybrid format); WUNC (news with digital Triple A digital station); GBH in New England, which includes Jazz programming and Classical station WCRB, Classical KING FM in Seattle, and Classical/Jazz WRTI in Philadelphia. Click on “City/Station” at the NPR Live Sessions site for a full list of VuHaus Group member stations.