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A Note To Our Digital Audience

Boise State Public Radio

Boise State Public Radio has launched a redesigned website that features a number of enhancements for our digital audience.

The new boisestatepublicradio.org offers a better reader experience with a clean design, prominent headlines and better display of photos and videos. The site is optimized for mobile access and includes prominent links to help you share stories on your favorite social media channels. It also allows us to seamlessly leverage content from NPR and other public radio member stations, while creating more robust, media-rich stories of our own.

You can continue to count on Boise State Public Radio for all the news and information you’ve come to expect from us. We’ll continue to feature our top local stories in the same spots you’re used to finding them, and we’ll have a more robust selection of news features, podcasts, national and international stories displayed farther down on the home page.

If you want to browse stories, head to the navigation bar at the top of the home page and choose from a selection of categories and topics. If you prefer to search for content, click on the magnifying glass at the top of the site. There you’ll be able to search for any story that has been published on our site since 2013.

Member and event information will continue to be in the Connect and Support sections, and we encourage you to sign up for our weekly newsletter.

You may also notice we’ve disabled our online comments attached to individual stories. Connecting with our audience is core to our mission of informing and engaging with our community. While comments have offered a small, loyal core of our audience a place to engage with stories, most of those conversations are now happening on our social media sites, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as well as through live and virtual events. This decision follows that of many other news organizations, including NPR, that have moved comments off their sites and onto social media.

Let us know what you think. You can continue to reach us via email or phone or this feedback form.