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A New KPCC Website, Designed With You, Our Loyal Listeners, In Mind

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The new KPCC website puts listening live and listening back front and center.

Frequent visitors to KPCC.org may have noticed a few changes this month. The redesigned site — and updated technology that’s powering it — is a welcome upgrade to better serve you, our audience.

Going into this redesign, we focused on how listeners like you were using the existing site. We invested in our new website because we work every day to offer you better products and services. This was only possible because of member support. Our guiding principle for the refresh was simple: Listen live and listen back.

Our guiding principle for the refresh was simple: Listen live and listen back.

Instead of being a click or two away from listening to our live stream, you can now just hit play right from any page. And that audio player stays with you as you explore the site, offering a seamless listening experience on desktop and mobile.

A reporter in a yellow hard hat and safety vest holds a boom mic during an interview with a man in a white hard hat and yellow safety vest. The port is behind them.
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Correspondent Sharon McNary conducts an interview at the port during the pandemic.

If you’re viewing from a large screen, that audio player also lets you know what program is coming next. And for the first time, we’re making the most recent local newscast available to play back, letting you keep up with the latest L.A. reports. You’ll find that link in the sidebar on big screens and by scrolling down on your mobile device.

For anyone who has ever been frustrated to come in late — or leave early — to a segment on Morning Edition or All Things Considered, we have good news. It’s now very easy to listen back to all the daily stories. Just go to the show page on the site.

AirTalk fans can find the day’s topics ahead of the 10 a.m. live broadcast, and then catch up later if they missed any of the segments or just want to hear part (or all) of the program again. You can also stay current with FilmWeek in the same way.

You’ll also find the complete daily radio schedule and all of our upcoming events.

Have questions or suggestions? Let us know.

And since you're here. Please enjoy this great Austin Cross moment in the studio: