‘The Children’s Hour’ radio show fills education gap

WATCH: Full interview with Katie Stone, executive producer of The Children’s Hour

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (KRQE) – Children’s time is a weekly, educational and engaging public radio show for children and families. The program uses music, has expert guests, talented children, and a format that proves effective in growing and keeping listeners of all ages engaged.

Executive Director Katie Stone discusses the popular show. The Children’s Hour Inc. is a New Mexico-based nonprofit organization that creates educational and entertaining broadcast media.

Children’s Hour includes children in all aspects of production and strives to fill educational gaps with an emphasis on civics, STEM, culture, performance, a variety of musical genres, as well as interviews with scientists, astronauts, government officials, cultural educators, artists and more.

Children from The Children’s Hour team and the community contribute content, design programming, and co-host live performances in public venues and in the studio. Children’s Time can be heard on public radio stations in the United States and Canada.

For more information visit hours of children.org or visit Children’s time on Facebook.


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