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Because of recent changes at Facebook, you may not see WKSU posts in your newsfeed as often - even if you have liked and are following WKSU.FM on Facebook.

To always see the latest news reports and station information, you can go to WKSU's Facebook page and click "See First" under the Following tab (see the first graphic above). This action will put WKSU stories at the top of your queue when they are posted. 

Season 4 of Invisibilia comes to WKSU’s Saturday line-up at 2 PM for three weeks beginning on March 10. This season examines how the stories we tell ourselves can lock us into one place or another - and what happens in the space in between. Please note that the titles and order of release of these episodes is still subject to change.

The family of NPR hosts is expanding across platforms and programs.

Two strong voices will be additions to the weekday newsmagazine host chairs. Ailsa Chang will host All Things Considered along with Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro; and Noel King will join David Greene, Steve Inskeep and Rachel Martin as the fourth host of Morning Edition. Both award-winning journalists will continue to report and co-host for Planet Money in their expanded roles.

WKSU listeners are ahead of the curve. You appreciate being the first to know about developing news and events from NPR and WKSU News. Now, support your source for public radio in Northeast Ohio by being among the first to donate to WKSU for the Spring Fund Drive and you can help eliminate fundraising hours.

Because of changes at American Public Media, WKSU has added APM Reports to its News Channel (heard on WKSU HD-4 and online) on Sundays at 9 PM. APM Reports' in-depth investigations and documentaries strive to raise awareness, trigger debate, and prompt positive change. APM Reports journalists shine light on the truth with distinctive reporting.

APM Reports Broadcast Schedule for January:

Sunday, Jan. 7:  Shadow Class: College Dreamers in Trump’s America

Sunday, Jan. 14:  Keeping Teachers

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