On November 14th, Radiotopia, the podcasting network from PRX, became the most funded Radio/Podcast project in Kickstarter history, raising $624,412 from over 21,808 backers, far surpassing its original goal of $250,000.
PKPR secured an exclusive on the campaign’s success in the New York Times and secured many stories on how Radiotopia is leading the podcasting revolution in outlets like Digiday, Fast Company, International Business Times, Upstart, Capital New York, Mediabistro, and Current.
PKPR placed a full-page feature in today’s New York Times on the opening of Albertine and the kick-off its six-day festival, with reporter William Grimes calling it “a sumptuous, swaddled nest where book lovers can roost.”
PKPR booked digitalundivided founder Kathryn Finney on Bloomberg TV’s Bottom Line today to discuss what her organization is doing to increase the number of women of color working in the tech industry.
The Brooklyn CSA+D is back for its second season, giving New Yorkers the chance to buys shares and receive six pieces of original artwork at the end of season.
Amid the national debates over free speech, surveillance, privacy and press freedom, a new survey by The Knight Foundation shows students are more supportive of First Amendment than adults for the first time in a decade, with the heaviest consumers of digital media expressing strongest support: