Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota Public Radio

Overview
Date Founded

1967

Headquarters

480 CEDAR STREET, ST PAUL, MN, 55101, USA

Employees (Worldwide)

1 - 10

Industries

Cable, Satellite, and Radio Telecommunications
Publishing
Entertainment
Media Conglomerates
Other Business & Consulting Services

Company Description

Minnesota Public Radio operates radio stations produces programs for radio, Internet, and face-to-face audiences. It operates 37-stations radio network serving to the people in Minnesota and in parts of Wisconsin, the Dakotas, Michigan, Iowa, and Idaho. The company was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in St. Paul, MN.

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Executives & Employees

Executive Director, News & Programming

President

Managing Editor & Editor-in-Chief

Chief Marketing Officer

Senior Account Executive

Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer

Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer

Senior Vice President & General Manager MarketPlace

President & Chief Executive Officer, American Public Media Group

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, American Public Media Group

Board of Directors

Co-Founder at Compute Health Acquisition Corp.

Co-Founder & CSO at Civic Eagle, Inc.

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Recent Transactions
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Davidson Media Group LLC purchases KLBB-AM from Minnesota Public Radio

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Davidson Media Group LLC purchases KLBP-AM from Minnesota Public Radio

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Minnesota Public Radio purchases KCMP-FM from St. Olaf College

Advisors & Consultants

Faegre & Benson LLP provides legal services. Faegre & Benson's practices include corporate, employment and benefits, finance and restructuring, health care, intellectual property, litigation and advocacy, real estate and environmental. The company was founded in 1886 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN.

Leonard, Street and Deinard's clients range from individuals and start-up businesses to Fortune 500 companies. The firm's more than 200 attorneys serve every sector of the economy -- construction, commercial, service, financial, health care, energy, real estate, manufacturing and industrial -- and a number of its long-time clients have grown from small, privately held enterprises to major national and international public companies.

Consultant

Consultant at Developing Radio Partners

Clients

Second Harvest Heartland was created on October 1, 2001 when Second Harvest Greater Minneapolis and Second Harvest St. Paul joined forces in the fight against hunger. On the day we opened our doors as a combined force, Minnesota’s two largest food banks brought more than 44 years of history and experience to the Heartland fight against hunger. The region’s rich food banking history began in 1974 with the foundation of Emergency Fund Services, Inc. With the help of concerned community groups, EFS distributed food and funds throughout five St. Paul neighborhoods until 1980. As the need for their services grew, EFS developed programs and even a network of food shelves, eventually moving into a generous space donated by Firehouse Beans, Inc. The food bank continued to grow, changing locations and names to better reflect its services. In 1990, EFS officially became the Second Harvest St. Paul Food Bank. Second Harvest Greater Minneapolis followed a similar path. Founded in 1984 as the Greater Minneapolis Food Bank, their mission was to feed those in need while reducing food waste. From the very beginning, the Greater Minneapolis Food Bank performed amazing works. In 1985, just three staff members distributed 1.8 million pounds of food and grocery products. By 2000, the name had changed to Second Harvest Greater Minneapolis and 24 staff members delivered 9.4 million pounds of food and groceries to the places it was needed the most. The combined strength of these two pioneering food banks is still evident today. Second Harvest Heartland distributed more than 2 million pounds of groceries in its first month of operation in 2001 and last fiscal year we distributed more than 60 million pounds of food to our network of nearly 1,000 local food shelves, soup kitchens and shelters throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

WE INSPIRE GENEROSITY, ADVOCATE FOR EQUITY AND INVEST IN COMMUNITY-LED SOLUTIONS.

SIEBEL ENERGY INSTITUTE ACCELERATES ADVANCEMENTS IN ENERGY SCIENCE THROUGH SUPPORTING RESEARCH IN ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT AND MACHINE LEARNING AND FOSTERING COLLABORATION IN ENERGY SYSTEMS ANALYTICS RESEARCH.

Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$101M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$300
12/31/2019
$2,500
12/31/2019
$2,000
12/31/2019
Awards & Honors
Rank #364
2009
The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Philanthropy 400
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