Public Radio Guam KPRG is celebrating 25 years of broadcasting on Guam and Saipan on Feb. 2 at the Guam Museum in Hagatna.
The event, which starts at 6 p.m., will feature special guest David Greene host of National Public Radio’s (NPR) Morning Edition who will be giving a short talk on the current state of journalism and his time covering the White House.
Following David Greene there will be an album celebration with Patrick Palomo and Tradewinds playing selections from their new album Hinengge Tickets are $75 and may be purchased by calling 671-734-8930 or at the door.
Greene is host of NPR's Morning Edition reaching 14.65 million listeners a week as well as NPR's morning news podcast Up First. David first joined NPR in 2005.
During Green’s time with NPR he spent four years covering the White House reporting on former President George W. Bush's second term and followed Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential run from Start to finish in 2008.
Green became host of Morning Edition in 2012. Prior to NPR, Green was senior editor for the Harvard Crimson and a reporter for the Baltimore Sun.
KPRG is Guam and Saipan’s only non-commercial public radio station – serving Guam and the CNMI since Jan 1994. KPRG is the only NPR member station in the Eastern Hemisphere