Welcome to Vermont Public
Vermont Public is independent, community-supported media, serving Vermont with trusted, relevant and essential information. We share stories that bring people together.
We produce independent, local, award-winning news, music and programming that connect our audiences with issues, ideas and each other. We provide access to trusted content from NPR, PBS, and other national producers. And we offer educational programs and resources for educators and families.
Our programming and services are broadly available for free on our statewide radio and television broadcast networks, digital platforms, social media and in communities throughout our region.
Vermont Public was created in 2021 when Vermont Public Radio and Vermont PBS merged into a unified public media organization. We are an independent, locally owned and operated community licensee, which means that our license is owned by the community, not a governmental agency. Our primary source of funding — more than half — comes from more than 40,000 members making donations in all amounts.
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Ready to dig in? Check out some of our recent highlights:
Many Vermont communities have begun the long, hard work of recovery after widespread flooding hit the region. Follow our ongoing coverage to find the latest news and key resources on how to stay safe and lend a hand.
In the first episode of Homegoings, our podcast that features fearless conversations about race, Myra Flynn speaks with Reverend Arnold Isadore Thomas, the Pastor of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Jericho, Vermont about what makes a home, a home.
‘Stick Season’ is a viral hit. What else has put Vt. on the cultural map?
Brave Little State is Vermont Public’s listener-driven journalism project. In this episode, we answer a listener question inspired by a song you might have heard: "Stick Season" by Vermont musician Noah Kahan.
Thunder Road’s next generation
From Made Here, our series featuring films made by, and about your neighbors, we meet the next generation of Vermont race car drivers at Barre’s Thunder Road International Speedbowl. Taylor Hoar, 20, is one of the only female drivers.
Meet Giuliano Cecchinelli, Barre's last Italian stone carver
The Italian sculptors who immigrated during Barre's granite boom have died, retired, or moved away. Only one is left. In this audio documentary, we meet Giuliano Cecchinelli.