Inside NPR.org posts about Mobile
NPR Music for iPad is a multimedia music magazine presenting the best NPR and NPR station music through a rich blend of text, images, audio and video.
Stream audio straight from your iPhone, iPod or iPad to your Apple TV. Bringing NPR into your living room in a whole new way.
Federal law mandates that television broadcasts accommodate deaf and hard of hearing consumers with the captioning of shows. Why not radio?That's a question we have been pondering (and struggling with) at NPR Labs.
Daniel Jacobson and Demian Perry discuss NPR mobile strategy at the Digital Media conference.
The new app features live streams from your favorite public radio stations, as well as a generous and constantly updated assortment of live performances, interviews, signature programs and series.
NPR launched its Android app six months ago. Now we want you to help make it better. Join our open source community.
If you're among the Apple enthusiasts who have already signed up to get an iPad, rest assured that you'll be able to experience the NPR Web site in all its glory. We are adapting the site to the iPad's unique requirements, while also developing a ...
By Demian Perry Earlier this week, when our Washington office was closed and buried under two feet of snow, we compiled and released our first Android app to the Market, Android's version of the iTunes app store. Within seconds, the app was live...
By Robert Spier, Demian Perry and Daniel Jacobson We have just released a new update to our NPR News iPhone app. (v1.2, if you're counting; we sure are!) It's ready for download from the iTunes Store. Here are some of the updates we've made to i...
The NPR News iPhone app launched on August 15 and the feedback has been tremendous! But we are not content to leave well-enough alone. We have already launched our first upgrade to the app.