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Literary Organization Detail:
North Country Public Radio (NCPR)

General Information:
Type: Literary Organization
Name: North Country Public Radio (NCPR)
Address: Saint Lawrence University
Canton NY 13617
County/Region: St. Lawrence (Thousand Island - Seaway)
Description: Contact: Ellen Rocco / ORGANIZATION PROFILE - NCPR provides public radio service to one-quarter of New York State through a network of 32 transmitters, connecting communities from Glens Falls to Plattsburgh and from the shores of Lake Champlain to the St. Lawrence Valley and Tug Hill region. The station also reaches into southeastern Ontario and northwestern Vermont, include the greater Burlington area. NCPR is a charter member of National Public Radio and of Public Radio International, broadcasting a variety of cultural, news and information programs from sources around the country and the world. For 30 years, the station has maintained one of the strongest news and production departments in the public radio system. For more information about the station visit us on line at http://ncpr.org or email station manager Ellen Rocco at ellen@ncpr.org. - The station streams its broadcast signal online; visit http://ncpr.org/listen. LITERARY SERIES PROFILE: In addition to airing such national offerings as SELECTED SHORTS and Garrison Keillor's WRITER'S ALMANAC, the station produces literature programs that include features about local and visiting authors, story and poetry readings, and READERS AND WRITERS ON THE AIR, a contemporary literature call-in series supported with public funds via the NYS Council on the Arts Literature Program and additionally by the New York Council for the Humanities and several private foundations. READERS AND WRITERS ON THE AIR provides an opportunity for the station's listeners to interact directly with authors who join the host, Ellen Rocco, for this monthly call-in. Books from the series are available at a discount to NCPR listeners at a number of bookstores throughout the region.
Phone Numbers: 877-388-6277
315-229-5356
877-388-6277
Fax 315-229-5373
Email/Website/Webmaster: radio@ncpr.org
Public Website
Business Hours: [no data]
Related People:
Curator: Rocco, Ellen

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