WLRN Public Television Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- WLRN Public Television's estimated annual revenue is currently $7.9M per year.
- WLRN Public Television's estimated revenue per employee is $171,130
- WLRN Public Television has 46 Employees.
- WLRN Public Television grew their employee count by -15% last year.
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What Is WLRN Public Television?
The Mission of WLRN Public Radio and Television is to provide information, entertainment, and learning services with a commitment to excellence in serving local, national and international communities. The Vision of WLRN Public Radio and Television is to be the most trusted, valued, and supported public media organization in South Florida. HISTORY WLRN is Public Radio and Television for South Florida. WLRN Radio signed on in 1948 as a non-profit, non-commercial broadcast station licensed to the School Board of Dade County. WLRN-TV followed in 1955. Since then, WLRN has grown steadily to become an integral part of the community it serves, offering a rich and varied mix of news and information, arts and culture, childhood education and lifelong learning. WLRN is a multifaceted media enterprise, comprising a television and a radio station, cable services, and closed-circuit educational channels. New digital television and radio channels now complement more traditional broadcast services, ushering in the next stage of WLRN's evolution. Today, WLRN continues to provide quality public radio and television services to a combined weekly audience of well over a million people in South Florida, from Palm Beach to Key West. WLRN also provides media support to Miami-Dade County Public Schools, whose 320 schools have an enrollment of over 319,000 students.keywords:N/A
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WLRN Public Television News
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