Xenex, a San Antonio medical technology startup that builds germ-zapping robots, scored some major national attention Monday afternoon on NPR’s Here and Now.
The City and County are finalizing an agreement with Texas Public Radio that will move the nonprofit’s headquarters into the storied Alameda Theater.
It seems like every time we turn on the TV, read the news, or listen to the radio, polarizing language about a range of local, national, and global issues dominates the conversation.
Texas Public Radio is on track to move its headquarters to the historic Alameda Theatre in downtown San Antonio, a source confirmed with The Rivard Report Thursday afternoon.
StoryCorps, a mobile audio storytelling organization, will arrive in the Alamo City next month to gather personal stories from San Antonio-area residents.
AccessAbility Fest, a day-long event that aims to unite people with disabilities and their families to learn about disability resources in San Antonio, will take over Market Square on Sunday, Nov.
Radio listeners heard one debate between Mayor Ivy Taylor and challenger Leticia Van de Putte on Texas Public Radio Monday afternoon.
The San Antonio Area Foundation hosted a logistics meeting Monday morning for one of the last big public awareness pushes for The Big Give SA, the online, nonprofit fundraising campaign that will have more than 800 nonprofits vying for donations for 24 hours on May 5, a.k.a. Cinco de Mayo.
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For many of us, local public radio personalities hover somewhere between celebrity and family.