Public Radio Partnership

Public Radio Partnership’s (PRP) mission is to create and provide radio programming that challenges, enriches, informs, educates and entertains while reflecting cultural and intellectual diversity. Public radio began in Louisville when the Louisville Free Public Library became the operator of WFPL in 1950. In 1954 WFPK made its debut. WUOL, operated from the University of Louisville campus, went on-air in December of 1976. PRP operates three stations: WUOL, Your Classical Choice, features classical music programming; WFPK, Radio Louisville, provides a home for an eclectic mix of music and diversity of artists in jazz, blues and bluegrass; and WFPL, Louisville’s NPR Station, features quality nationally-syndicated news, public affairs programming, and an award-winning local news team.

Address: 619 South Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40202