PKPR worked closely with Laura Zabel of Creative Exchange to develop and place an op-ed by her in The Guardian. Her column looks at 7 case studies from around the world where artists are leading innovative community and economic development projects. The piece has already been shared more than 2,100 times in just 24 hours.
PRX received not one, but three shout outs in the March 2015 issue.
- PRX was named one of the world’s 10 most innovative media companies
- Radiotopia, its podcast network, was named one of the ten most innovative companies of Kickstarter
- Jake Shapiro, CEO of PRX, is interviewed in an in depth feature article: The Future of Media is Podcasting
Goodbye Dewey Decimal and welcome to the library of the 21st Century. The Knight Foundation this week awarded more than $3 million to projects that are reinventing the ways in which people experience and use the library.
Continuing to reshape podcasting and public radio, PRX this week launched Reveal, the nation’s only public radio show and podcast devoted to investigative reporting. Mashable’s media reporter Jason Abbruzzese takes an in depth look at the new series.
Advertising Age this week published its list of the most influential ad campaigns of the 21st century so far, led by Dove’s 2004 “Real Beauty” campaign, which challenged social norms and sparked a worldwide conversation around the idea of female attractiveness.