PRX Remix Live Stream
While WREM is a broadcast-only service, PRX does offer an online stream of PRX Remix. The programming available from the live player below is not in synch with the broadcast playlist information on this page.
About PRX Remix
PRX Remix is an experimental radio stream featuring great public radio stories, conversations, audio essays, talks, sounds and the work of young producers. It’s curated by PRX, the Public Radio Exchange, and broadcast in St. Lawrence County via WREM-FM, 88.7, Canton, New York, a service of North Country Public Radio.If you enjoy PRX Remix on WREM-FM, please consider making a contribution to North Country Public Radio so we can keep the content coming.
Roman Mars is the host, producer and program director of PRX Remix. He’s also the host and producer of KALW’s 99% Invisible, a short radio show about design and architecture. Hear more at romanmars.com
PRX, The Public Radio Exchange works to create more opportunities for diverse programming of exceptional quality, interest, and importance to reach more listeners.
St. Lawrence University/North Country Public Radio is the license holder for WREM, which operates at 2600 watts from Canton, NY.
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Last year I made the claim that poetry is for everyone, especially radio lovers and I stand by that! This year I wanted to dig a little deeper and see what poets were doing with audio, whether it be podcasts, broadcast programs or archival audio footage. There’s so much amazing poetry to listen to on the web, here are some of my favorites.
- Imagination is the seed of empathy – a centrally important function – and both the gift and burden of the writer, argues Kwame Dawes in The Gift from WBEZ.
What is Poetry?
- One of my all-time favorite pieces on PRX is this Carl Sandburg remix produced by Barrett Golding called “What is Poetry?”
State of the Re:Union Poetry Month Special
- Host Al Letson tells his personal stories of how poetry influenced his life and features some incredible slam poets from around the country.
Woodberry Poetry Room Recordings
- The Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard contains a landmark collection of poetry readings that have taken place at Harvard. You can listen online to many of them. Here are a few of my favorites:
- “On the Other Hand” by Lanny Jordan Jackson.
- Allen Ginsberg’s “Father Death Blues.”
- Voicemail Poems podcast:
Got a favorite poem recording, poetry radio program or podcast I’ve missed? Let us know in the comments.
As they say, “It’s an honor just to be nominated!” PRX has been nominated for not just one but TWO categories this year for the 18th annual Webby Awards.
In addition to nominees, the Webbys also name the top 15% entries as bona-fide honorees. We’re happy to also announce that The Moth app, developed by us, is one of these honorees! You can find the official list here.
Think of the Webbys as the Oscars of the Internet. The only difference is that YOU get to help turn these nominations into full-blown wins! This year, they received 12,000 entries from over 60 countries. Other nominees include SoundCloud, Stitcher, HBO GO, TED, Pandora, and more.
PRX is a Webby regular, with a past win and multiple honors and nominations. We’re thrilled that the recognition continues.
(I mean, c’mon, who wouldn’t want to take one of these babies home?)
Coming soon from The WFMT Radio network, a new series called Studs Terkel in Conversation with American Poets.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with a trio of short radio programs featuring some of America’s greatest 20th century poets in conversation with Studs Terkel. These programs explore how poetry channels voices from the past, propels fantastic voyages and dives deep into memory, childhood and the wild “backyards” of life. Robert Polito, president of the Poetry Foundation, guides this tour which features excerpts from Terkel’s archival talks with Allen Ginsberg, Gwendolyn Brooks, James Baldwin, Howard Nemerov, Elma Stuckey and John Ciardi.
They’ll be posted here for listening and purchasing later this week!
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