News reports and two local programs aired on UA Little Rock Public Radio station KUAR 89.1 FM won 10 awards in the 2020 competition of the Arkansas Pro Chapter of the Society for Professional Journalists. Continue reading “KUAR wins 10 awards from Society of Professional Journalists”
When Michael Hibblen learned that the century-old Rock Island Railroad Depot in Perry, Arkansas, had been saved from demolition, he was thrilled that a unique piece of history would be preserved for future generations. Continue reading “Hibblen aids effort to save historic railroad depot”
Michael Hibblen, news director for UA Little Rock Public Radio, will be the next speaker in the Arkansas State Archives’ Pen to Podium: Arkansas Historical Writers’ lecture series on Tuesday, Aug. 21. Continue reading “Hibblen to discuss book in Pen to Podium lecture series”
Three of central Arkansas’s best bands will perform Thursday, June 28, as part of NPR’s Tiny Desk Arkansas event. Continue reading “Tiny Desk Arkansas event set for June 28”
Since about the age of 6, news director of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s National Public Radio, KUAR, had an unwavering affinity for the Rock Island railroad, one of Arkansas’ major railways for nearly 80 years.
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