New York Public Radio is the owner of WNYC, WNYC-FM, WNYC Studios, WQXR-FM, New Jersey Public Radio, and the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space. Combined, New York Public Radio owns WNYC, WNYC-FM, WQXR-FM, WQXW, WNJT-FM, WNJP, WNJY, and WNJO.
New York Public Radio is a not-for-profit corporation, incorporated in 1979, and is a publicly supported organization.
The NYPR stations broadcast from studios and offices at 160 Varick Street in the Hudson Square area of Manhattan. WNYC's AM transmitter is located in Kearny, New Jersey; WNYC-FM and WQXR-FM's transmitters are located on the Empire State Building in New York City.
The four New Jersey Radio stations are collectively referred to as New Jersey Public Radio. They are a group of four northern New Jersey noncommercial FM stations acquired by New York Public Radio from the New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority on July 1, 2011.
New Jersey Public Radio news content comes from the WNYC newsroom as well as from a growing network of partners in the New Jersey News Service.
Highest paying job titles at New York Public Radio include Executive Producer, Development Director, and Director, Major Gifts