Vermont Public Radio

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Vermont Public Radio (VPR) is a network of public radio stations covering the state of Vermont. In addition to locally produced programming, the network broadcasts programming from NPR (Formerly National Public Radio), Public Radio International, and American Public Media. It is headquartered in Colchester, a suburb of Burlington. Other studios facilities are located in Montpelier, Manchester and Norwich.


Vermont Public Radio first signed on in 1975 from studios at the historic Windsor House in Windsor. Despite criticism that Vermont was too small and too rural for a listener-supported public radio station, the network has expanded to 11 full-power stations and 14 low-power translators on two networks covering almost all of Vermont as well as parts of New York, New Hampshire and Quebec. Since the mid-1990s, it has been one of the most listened-to public radio stations per capita in the country, despite being one of the smallest members in the more-than-800-station NPR system and the smallest NPR member station/network in New England.


Vermont Public Radio's news and information service, branded as simply "VPR," carries most of the more popular news and talk programs from NPR, as well as several local shows.

Local Shows on VPR

  • Vermont Edition with Jane Lindholm (daily call-in newsmagazine)
  • All the Traditions with Robert Resnik
  • Jazz In The Evening with George Thomas
  • My Place with Joel......
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