NOT EVERYTHING has changed since the pandemic. Public Radio Tulsa and Public Radio Underwriting are still here for you.
Public Radio Tulsa is northeast Oklahoma's source for fact-based, informative, and crucial reporting from our local news team and NPR during these times. That is unwavering. Over 70,000 Tulsans rely on public radio to be their ONLY source of news now more than ever.
Just as much as our listeners rely on public radio, here at Public Radio Tulsa we rely on business underwriting to support reliable and factual reporting.
And we can help YOU and YOUR BUSINESS OR NON-PROFIT. Our listeners and members will know you're supporting a station that matters and they'll want to support you, too. This same audience is available to organizations who wish to share a stable message in a stable environment.
Support for Public Radio Tulsa is provided by Gilcrease Museum. While the museum doors may be closed, the Gilcrease collection may be viewed at gilcrease.org/collections.
Support for Public Radio Tulsa is provided by Ziegler's Art and Frame at the corner of Lewis and Admiral since 1973. Doors are closed at this time, but looking forward to helping customers with custom framing, home decor, and art supplies soon. Information at zieglerart.com.
Laffa - Israeli Restaurant & Bar. Although closed, the Laffa family is testing recipes while cooking for the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Customer input is welcome on Laffa's Facebook page.
New Products. New Hours. New Services. Think of the possibilities. Your message can tell our audience what’s happening with your hours, your events, your reaction to the pandemic.
Let's talk about getting a schedule of messages on Public Radio Tulsa and a price that works for you. We are ready to help right now. To learn more details, visit HERE. (And be sure to mention you saw this special on publicradiotulsa.org!)
Inquire about business underwriting messages TODAY. Share your message on Northeastern Oklahoma’s NPR and local news and information leader. No Commercials. No ranting commentators. No Panic.
This is a limited-time offer. Messages may be scheduled for best days and best times available. Unit rates: ($60 each - net to station).
Public Radio Tulsa is licensed to the University of Tulsa... providing stability since 1947.