Radio Foundation, Inc.
The Radio Foundation, Inc., is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit radio production company which was founded 37 years ago by Larry Josephson, a 50-year veteran public radio host, producer, manager and engineer. Josephson won the prestigious Peabody Award and three Grammy nominations for his work with Bob & Ray.
Larry Josephson's past productions include Only in America, What is Judaism?, Bridges: A Liberal/Conservative Dialog, The Little People, Bloomsday on Broadway, Modern Times with Larry Josephson and much more.
The Foundation operates a digital recording studio that is used by NPR and its stations, the BBC, Australian, Dutch, French and Belgian radio. The studio is also used by the Foundation for its own productions.