Posted on · The "Hurricane Mayor," who shepherded Galveston through the threat of Hurricane Rita and the devastation of Hurricane Ike, has died.
Posted on · Get your weekly dose of national and local politics from two political science professors on Houston Public Media's new podcast 'Party Politics'.
Posted on · Houston Public Media adds a new "must listen" weekly political podcast to its news lineup. Two weekly episodes Friday afternoons, one with a national focus and the other discussing what's going on at the Texas legislature.
Posted on · As part of Houston Public Media's yearlong DiverseCity initiative we're collaborating with University of Houston students to explore what it means to attend one of the most diverse campuses in the nation.
Posted on · VuHaus is proud to announce the addition of Houston Public Media as its newest affiliate. VuHaus, the music discovery video platform for public media, is a growing network of public media organizations who share a common mission to support emerging and local artists, and to introduce their music to new audiences.
Posted on · On this special edition of Houston Matters, we devote an entire hour to exploring the relationship between Greater Houston police and Houston’s black community with a number of guests in front of a live audience at Houston Public Media. We look at how Houston is faring in building relationships and bridging the divide between law enforcement and the African-American community. We consider whether Houston has the same problems as other parts of the country and what steps already exist — or can be taken — to address those divides, particularly in light of nationwide division brought front and center through the 2016 presidential election.
Posted on · Houston Public Media’s public affairs radio show “Houston Matters” will hold an hour-long candid panel discussion about the relationship between Houston’s African-American community and law enforcement during a live town hall on Nov. 15 at noon on News 88.7.
Posted on · Houston Public Media has named veteran broadcast journalist Dave Fehling as director of news and public affairs. Fehling most recently served as energy and environment reporter for News 88.7, the organization's public radio station, and as the Houston-based reporter for StateImpact Texas, a reporting project of NPR stations.
Posted on · Houston Public Media will broadcast a special Houston Symphony 2016-17 Season Preview on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016 at 8 p.m. on News 88.7. The program, hosted and produced by Houston Public Media's arts and culture producer Catherine Lu, will feature interviews, insights and musical selections to highlight the upcoming season at Jones Hall.
Posted on · The goal is to deliver the donations to the water-logged areas by September 9th.
Posted on · In a project that began before the tragedy in Orlando, Houston Public Media is exploring the aftermath of the 1991 tragic "gay bashing" murder of 27-year-old banker Paul Broussard in Montrose through a documentary and live televised town hall discussion airing during Houston Pride Week on June 23 at 8 p.m. on TV 8 and online.
Posted on · The championship finals air Thursday night.
Posted on · Hosts/Commentators, Jay Aiyer and Brandon Rottinghaus discuss what cases the U.S. Supreme Court has and will be tackling this term.
Posted on · Federal officials say it was sold in gas stations and convenience stores.
Posted on · The Justice Department revamped the clemency process two years ago to encourage more applications from nonviolent federal offenders.