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Latest press releases
WSHU selected for third national special from its podcast ‘Higher Ground’
The award-winning podcast Higher Ground from WSHU Public Radio has been selected for its third, one-hour broadcast special program.
New York’s public media stations are building a statewide network
The New York Public News Network unites a dozen newsrooms across the state to provide better journalism for all New Yorkers.
WSHU podcast nominated for Peabody Award
“Still Newtown” by reporter Davis Dunavin highlights the first-hand stories and perspectives of those who helped Newtown persevere.
Governor Ned Lamont answers viewer questions
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont visited the WSHU station and answered viewer questions in a special News 12 Connecticut report.
WSHU selected for prestigious climate change reporting project
WSHU Public Radio has been selected as one of nine newsrooms to participate in the inaugural Climate Beacon Newsrooms Initiative (CBNI).
WSHU launches podcast chronicling 10 years since Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting
Still Newtown podcast by WSHU reporter Davis Dunavin goes hyper-local, highlighting the first-hand stories and perspectives of those who helped Newtown persevere in the decade since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
WSHU wins award from National Academy of Sciences for the climate podcast Higher Ground
WSHU Public Radio is thrilled to announce that Season 1 of the Higher Ground podcast has been recognized by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The podcast has been awarded an inaugural Eric and Wendy Schmidt Award for Excellence in Science Communication.