“NPR’s mini concert series sees huge success”
From Hozier to Lyle Lovett to T-Pain, major music players and rising artists alike have shared the mic of NPR’s beloved Tiny Desk Concert series. Intimate but packing a powerful presence, these shows connect viewers to stripped-down performances from artists across the music spectrum.
CBS News recently visited the Tiny Desk at NPR and sat down with NPR Music’s Bob Boilen and Stephen Thompson for a behind-the-mic look at how the series has become a leading destination for music discovery.
NPR Now Available on Apple Homepod: "Hey Siri, give me the news"
Let the unboxing begin: After months of anticipation about when people could get their hands on an Apple HomePod, the latest voice assistant speaker is hitting doorsteps and checkout counters today. What’s more: “When you say...
Voice Activation Trends from CES
Voice activation is going everywhere. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this month, tech and media companies showcased the many ways they’re making the voice activation technology found in smart speakers accessible anywhere. Check out some...
Artificial Intelligence Brings New Opportunities to Marketing, Branding and Advertising
In 1983, NPR aired its first mention of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) on The Science Report, a then segment on All Things Considered. Since then, Artificial Intelligence has been the topic of 500+ NPR radio segments, online news...