Marketplace® is on a mission to raise the economic intelligence of the country. Its core programs — Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®, Marketplace Weekend® and Marketplace Tech® — are broadcast on more than 800 public radio stations nationwide and heard by 14.6 million listeners every week. Marketplace podcasts including Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly, The Uncertain Hour and Corner Office can be found at marketplace.org or on your favorite podcast app. The Marketplace portfolio of programs is produced and distributed by American Public Media®, one of the largest producers and distributors of public radio programming in the world. For more information on Marketplace, visit marketplace.org, follow us on Twitter @marketplace or like us on Facebook. For more information on American Public Media, visit americanpublicmedia.org.
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Marketplace is produced and distributed by American Public Media (APM).
The Marketplace Portfolio reaches more than 14 million listeners per week on 786 stations across the United States. And the Marketplace website, newsletters and podcasts reach millions more!
Sponsoring Marketplace programs puts your organization in front of upscale, educated and community-involved listeners who support the companies that support their favorite public radio program.
(*Data Source: Digital Research Inc. 2014 Marketplace Intent to Purchase Study)
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American Public Media Group is the largest station-based public radio organization in the U.S., combining multi-regional station operations, national programming creation and distribution and innovative digital, social and mobile services in one organization. Supported financially by contributions from individual donors, sponsors, philanthropic foundations as well as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, APMG’s operations include Minnesota Public Radio®, a 46-station network serving nearly all of Minnesota and parts of surrounding states, and Southern California Public Radio, a four-station network serving Los Angeles, Orange County, Ventura County and the Inland Empire. Programs produced by MPR’s national programming division, American Public Media®, reach more than 20 million listeners via 1,000 radio stations nationwide each week. APM is one of the largest producers and distributors of public radio programming in the world, with a portfolio that includes BBC World Service, Marketplace®, and the leading classical music programming in the nation. YourClassical, APM’s lifestyle classical music stream, packages classical music in an unconventional and innovative way with streams suited for life’s biggest moments and everyday situations. APM also offers a diverse array of podcasts featuring the best in food, culture, entertainment, business and investigative journalism. In November 2015, APM launched APM Reports, a long-form reporting group aimed at creating distinct, high-impact journalism in the form of investigations and documentaries. APM Reports’ groundbreaking investigative podcast, In the Dark, which examined the 27-year-old cold case of the kidnapping of Jacob Wetterling in central Minnesota, recently won a George Foster Peabody Award, the highest honor in broadcasting. For more information on American Public Media Group, visit americanpublicmediagroup.org.
Source: Data are copyright Nielsen Audio. Data are estimates only.
Updated November 13, 2017