IPR is affiliated with National Public Radio, Public Radio International, Michigan Public Radio, Michigan Association of Public Broadcasters, the National Association of Broadcasters and the Associated Press.
IPR strives to:
1. Ignite a passion for music among people of all ages
by celebrating music, musicians and the Interlochen experience.
2. Deepen the public's understanding of the world with compelling journalism and storytelling known for depth, accuracy and originality.
3. Teach people to craft their own powerful stories and programs and bring new voices to public media.
Local Content and Services Report
Interlochen Public Radio reports annually to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting on the ways our reporting and community partnerships impact our region. Read more.
In accordance with our mission as a public broadcaster, Interlochen Public Radio is committed to serving our community as broadly as possible, with programming and EEO policies that reflect the diversity of the area we serve. We define diversity broadly, with respect to ethnicity and gender, but also things like socioeconomic and geographic diversity.
Public Inspection Files:
Interlochen Public Radio maintains current public files hosted on the website for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting as well as copies of our public files on our website.
Below you will find our most recent audited financial statement. Our Annual Financial Reports to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting are also open to the public and interested parties may obtain them in the Public Inspection files listed above, or by requesting them at 9350 Lyon Street, Interlochen, MI 49643. Interlochen Public Radio does not have any staff paid above the threshold to warrant filing an IRS Form 990.