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WHAT is VUHAUS?

VuHaus (pronounced “view house”) is a non-profit, non-commercial organization comprised of public media’s leading Music Discovery radio stations. The human-curated, state of the art music discovery video platform features performances from the studios and events of the participating stations, and is available via mobile and ...

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Odette Scott
812-339-1195

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  • 03/09/201703/09/2017

VuHaus Announces a Colorado Collaboration - The Colorado Sound, KRCC, KSJD, KVNF, KSUT, KRFC -

Boulder, CO (March 9, 2017) – VuHaus adds a new Colorado affiliation to its growing network of public media organizations.  The ‘VuHaus Colorado’ page is a collaboration of six public radio stations in the state that are part of the Colorado Music Strategy, a partnership between Colorado Creative Industries and Bohemian Foundation.  VuHaus is the country-wide collective of the most influential public media stations, showcasing their music video content at...

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  • All Access Music Group, Article, 05/19/2017, NPR Music And VuHaus To Collaborate On Supporting Emerging Artists Text
  • All Access Music Group, Article, 05/18/2017, WYMS (88Nine Radio Milwaukee) Joins Vuhaus Video Platform Text
  • NPR, Article, 03/17/2017, Watch Chicano Batman, Spoon, Valerie June And More Play Live At SXSW Text
  • Billboard, Feature story, 10/13/2016, Public Radio Stations Collaborate to Create VuHaus -- the Non-Profit Vevo Text
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03/09/2017, VuHaus Announces a Colorado Collaboration - The Colorado Sound, KRCC, KSJD, KVNF, KSUT, KRFC -
03/09/201703/09/2017, VuHaus Announces a Colorado Collaboration - The Colorado Sound, KRCC, KSJD, KVNF, KSUT, KRFC -
Announcement
03/09/2017
Announcement
03/09/2017
VuHaus adds a new Colorado affiliation to its growing network of public media organizations. The ‘VuHaus Colorado’ page is a collaboration of six public radio stations in the state that are part of the Colorado Music Strategy, a partnership between Colorado Creative Industries and Bohemian Foundation. MORE» More»

Boulder, CO (March 9, 2017) – VuHaus adds a new Colorado affiliation to its growing network of public media organizations.  The ‘VuHaus Colorado’ page is a collaboration of six public radio stations in the state that are part of the Colorado Music Strategy, a partnership between Colorado Creative Industries and Bohemian Foundation.  VuHaus is the country-wide collective of the most influential public media stations, showcasing their music video content at VuHaus.com.

Initial stations include KJAC-FM “The Colorado Sound” in Greeley-Ft. Collins, KRCC-FM in Colorado Springs, KSJD-FM in Cortez, KVNF-FM in Paonia, KSUT-FM in Durango and KRFC-FM in Ft. Collins.  These stations joined forces to curate an all-Colorado local page on VuHaus.com/Colorado.  Other Colorado public radio stations are expected to join the collaboration soon.

“The Colorado Sound is excited to be a part of the Colorado page collaboration along with KSJD, KVNF, KRCC, KSUT and KRFC,” said Colorado Sound Program Director Benji McPhail. “The Colorado page on VuHaus would not have happened without the creative ideas and direct support from Bohemian Foundation.  All of our non-profit organizations are committed to benefiting local and emerging Colorado artists.” 

In celebration of the new VuHaus Colorado page, The Colorado Sound will engage a 6-person video crew to film their first birthday on March 9, 2017 at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins. The event includes an all Colorado artist line-up, including Paper Bird, Brent Cowles, Dragondeer and Rob Drabkin.

“The new Colorado page is unique to VuHaus in three ways,” stated VuHaus Brand Manager Mike Henry, who is based in Colorado.  “This is the first time multiple stations have created a local page, and this is the first state-wide page.  Also, this is the first instance where a local page has been funded by a foundation to promote local music.  We look forward to more Colorado public radio stations coming aboard.”   

About Bohemian Foundation:
Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, Bohemian Foundation is a private family foundation that supports local, national, and global efforts to build strong communities. Founded in 2001 by philanthropist Pat Stryker, Bohemian Foundation takes its name and inspiration from the bohemian movement of 19th century Europe. We believe that by working together, we can build stronger communities.

About The Colorado Sound:
The Colorado Sound is Colorado’s Home for Music Discovery. Broadcasting at 105.5 FM on Colorado’s Front Range, and on 88.9 FM in Steamboat Springs, the non-commercial, listener supported station plays a combination of emerging and established artists, blending rock, blues, soul, local music and more, reflecting Colorado’s unique lifestyle. The Colorado Sound is an active part of Colorado’s vibrant music scene, and contributes to Colorado’s rich musical heritage through the development and promotion of Colorado music.

About KRCC:
KRCC strives to be the premier public multimedia hub for discovery, engagement, and civil discourse. Through rigorous reporting, impactful storytelling and thoughtful music curation, 91.5 KRCC serves those seeking knowledge and an authentic connection to Southern Colorado and the world at large.

About KSJD:
KSJD informs, entertains and empowers the people of the Four Corners Region of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah, including the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and portions of the Navajo Nation.  KSJD provides news, information and entertainment through its public radio service and The Sunflower Theatre.

About KVNF:
KVNF Community Radio has been serving the western slope of Colorado since 1979 with news programs from National Public Radio, alternative news programming, local news and current affairs and an eclectic mix of musical genres with an emphasis on independent recording artists.

About KSUT:
KSUT is a community supported public broadcasting organization serving the communities of the Four Corners, providing diverse and eclectic entertainment, education, news, and information while promoting multicultural awareness and understanding.  Founded in 1976 by the Southern Ute Tribe, KSUT is an NPR and PRI affiliate and was one of the first stations in the country to be licensed to a Native American tribe. 

About KRFC:
For 14 years, volunteer-powered KRFC has been the soundtrack of northern Colorado. With an early mission to support local musicians, we helped launch the careers of notable Colorado artists Nathaniel Rateliff, SHEL, and Gregory Alan Isakov (as well as many others) by featuring them on our signature program, Live@Lunch, and playing their tracks before any other station picked them up. Based in The Music District, KRFC is Fort Collins' only locally-focused community radio station.

About VuHaus
VuHaus (pronounced “view house”) is a collaboration of public radio and television stations from across the country, deeply rooted in their local music communities. We share a common mission to support artists and be a source of music discovery for audiences around the world. VuHaus is a non-profit, non-commercial organization, with an aim to be true partners to artists while providing a unique window into the country's most vibrant music scenes.

The VuHaus network includes public radio stations WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, KXT in Dallas/Ft. Worth, WXPN in Philadelphia, KEXP in Seattle, KDHX in St. Louis, opbmusic in Portland, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, Mountain Stage in West Virginia, WGBH in Boston, Vermont Public Radio, Houston Public Media and Colorado’s KSUT, KVNF, KSJD, KRCC, KRFC and  The Colorado Sound.  VuHaus received initial funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is operated by its founding partner, Public Media Company, a national non-profit organization focused on maximizing the impact of public media through innovation and strategic partnerships. 

Announcement
03/09/2017

03/01/2017, VuHaus Announces SXSW Radio Day Stage Line-up And Live Stream
03/01/201703/01/2017, VuHaus Announces SXSW Radio Day Stage Line-up And Live Stream
Announcement
03/01/2017
Announcement
03/01/2017
VuHaus, public radio’s music discovery network, announces the line-up for the SXSW Radio Day Stage. Six hours of exciting new music from some of today's top emerging and established artists will be live streamed from the Radio Day Stage on Friday March 17th, 2017. The line-up was handpicked by the VuHaus stations. MORE» More»

Boulder, CO (March 1, 2017) – VuHaus, public radio’s music discovery network comprised of the country’s leading music stations, announces the line-up for the SXSW Radio Day Stage, which includes some of today’s top emerging and established artists. Six hours of exciting new music live streamed from the Radio Day Stage, Austin Convention Center, Friday March 17th, 2017 from 12-6pm CT. The artist line-up was handpicked by the VuHaus stations and includes:

Hippo Campus - 12noon

Lizzo - 1pm

Chicano Batman - 2pm

Spoon - 3pm

Valerie June - 4pm

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears - 5pm

*All times are Central Time

The event is open to all with SXSW badges. Online and mobile viewers can watch live on VuHaus.com, via the VuHaus stations’ websites, NPR Music or SXSW.com.  WFUV / New York, KXT / Dallas, and KUTX / Austin will also provide a live on-air broadcast of the Radio Day Stage.

"The line-up this year is incredible,” states Mark Abuzzahab, VuHaus program director. “The Radio Day Stage reflects the diversity you hear every hour on all of the VuHaus stations. Where else can you go from Lizzo to Spoon other than non-commercial radio?"

VuHaus is a collaboration of public radio and television stations from across the country, deeply rooted in their local music communities. We share a common mission to support artists and be a source of music discovery for audiences around the world. VuHaus is a non-profit, non-commercial organization, with an aim to be true partners to artists while providing a unique window into the country's most vibrant music scenes.

About VuHaus
VuHaus (pronounced “view house”) is a non-profit, non-commercial organization comprised of public media’s leading Music Discovery radio stations and public TV stations. The human-curated, state of the art music discovery video platform features performances from the studios and events of the participating stations, and is available via mobile and web.

The VuHaus stations film local, emerging and established artists playing live music in their studios, on location, and in intimate settings, with one-of-a-kind interviews, and live performance streams. VuHaus curates this exclusive content providing a single platform for music discovery in an ever-expanding video collection from America’s most vibrant music scenes.

The VuHaus network includes public radio stations WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, KXT in Dallas/Ft. Worth, WXPN in Philadelphia, KEXP in Seattle, KDHX in St. Louis, opbmusic in Portland, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, Mountain Stage in West Virginia, WGBH in Boston, Vermont Public Radio and Houston Public Media.  VuHaus received initial funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is operated by its founding partner Public Media Company, a national non-profit organization focused on maximizing the impact of public media through innovation and strategic partnerships.

Announcement
03/01/2017

12/13/2016, The Year-End List of Lists: A Music Discovery Treat from Across America, Via VuHaus
12/13/201612/13/2016, The Year-End List of Lists: A Music Discovery Treat from Across America, Via VuHaus
Announcement
12/13/2016
Announcement
12/13/2016
There’s too much good music for just twelve days or eight nights. That’s why VuHaus, the gathering place for public radio’s best music videos, is rolling out fourteen whole days of year end celebrations. MORE» More»

There’s too much good music for just twelve days or eight nights. That’s why VuHaus, the gathering place for public radio’s best music videos, is rolling out fourteen whole days of year end celebrations.

Looking back at 2016, the VuHaus stations have had some incredible performances come through their doors. Each station has gone through and hand picked their favorite top 10 performances of 2016. Each weekday, December 13-30, 2016, VuHaus will feature a new video playlist from each of these stations.

Stations include (not in order of playlist appearance):
KCRW in Los Angeles
KEXP in Seattle
WFUV in New York
WXPN in Philly
KUTX in Austin
The Bridge in Kansas City
KXT in Dallas
opbmusic in Portland, OR
Mountain Stage in West Virginia
KDHX in St. Louis
Vermont Public Radio
WGBH in Boston
Houston Public Media
NPR Music

Ludovico Einaudi, Iggy Pop, Lush, Avett Brothers, The Kills, Angelique Kidjo, Funkadelic (featuring George Clinton & Parliament), Wilco, Mayer Hawthorne, Andrew Bird, Charles Bradley, GoGo Penguin, Lake Street Dive, Okkervil River, PWR BTTM, Regina Spektor, Seratones, Sunflower Bean, and Violent Femmes are just a sampling of what you will see on these Best of 2016 Playlists.

The playlists feature favorite artists and surprising newcomers. They capture the local flavor and scene of the station’s home cities, as well as highlight the platform’s penchant for getting international stars to give their all. The varied offerings have one thing in common: They will be all about the music, and they will all be awesome.

"The tastemakers at VuHaus stations invite hundreds of artists to perform each year, and these playlists are the best of the best,” says Mike Henry, Brand Manager at VuHaus. “This is the easiest way to revisit your favorite performances of the past year or to discover new artists."

About VuHaus
VuHaus (pronounced “view house”) is a non-profit, non-commercial organization comprised of public media’s leading Music Discovery radio stations. The human-curated, state of the art music discovery video platform features performances from the studios and events of the participating stations, and is available via mobile and web.

The VuHaus stations film local, emerging and established artists playing live music in their studios, on location, and in intimate settings, with one-of- a-kind interviews, and live performance streams. VuHaus curates this exclusive content providing a single platform for music discovery in an ever-expanding video collection from America’s most vibrant music scenes.

The VuHaus network includes WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, WXPN in Philadelphia, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, KEXP in Seattle, KXT in Dallas/Ft. Worth, opbmusic in Portland, Mountain Stage in West Virginia, KDHX in St. Louis, Vermont Public Radio, and WGBH in Boston. VuHaus received initial funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is operated by its founding partner Public Media Company, a national non-profit organization focused on maximizing the impact of public media through innovation and strategic partnerships.

More about VuHaus can be found on the press kit or at www.vuhaus.com

Announcement
12/13/2016

11/28/2016, Houston Public Media Joins VuHaus, Public Media’s National Music Video Network
11/28/201611/28/2016, Houston Public Media Joins VuHaus, Public Media’s National Music Video Network
Announcement
11/28/2016
Announcement
11/28/2016
VuHaus is proud to announce the addition of Houston Public Media as its newest affiliate. VuHaus, the music discovery video platform for public media, is a growing network of public media organizations who share a common mission to support emerging and local artists, and to introduce their music to new audiences. MORE» More»

Boulder, CO (November 28, 2016) – VuHaus is proud to announce the addition of Houston Public Media as its newest affiliate. VuHaus, the music discovery video platform for public media, is a growing network of public media organizations who share a common mission to support emerging and local artists, and to introduce their music to new audiences. VuHaus content originates from the country’s most trusted radio tastemakers.

Houston Public Media will join public radio stations WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, KXT in Dallas, WXPN in Philadelphia, KEXP in Seattle, KDHX in St. Louis, opbmusic in Portland, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, Mountain Stage of West Virginia Public Broadcasting, and Vermont Public Broadcasting, along with WGBH in Boston.

“We are excited to embark in this partnership with VuHaus, not only to support our local artists and give them greater exposure, but also to introduce our audiences to new emerging artists across the country,” said Joshua Adams, executive director of operations of Houston Public Media.

Houston Public Media’s Skyline Sessions will be curating a Houston channel [www.Vuhaus.com/Houston] on the VuHaus platform. Skyline Sessions showcases exceptional music performances by artists based in Houston and beyond. The state-of-the-art George B. Geary Performance Studio, located just southeast of downtown Houston, hosts musicians in an intimate setting with an emphasis on capturing the unique experience of live studio recording. In addition, and as a celebration of Houston Public Media joining VuHaus, a live webcast will be streamed on VuHaus on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 starting at 5:00 p.m. CT. The show will feature Houston rapper Fat Tony performing from a rooftop downtown. Watch it live here.

“Houston has a rich and diverse music scene,” comments Mark Abuzzahab, VuHaus’ Program Director. “We are thrilled to welcome Houston Public Media and their Skyline Sessions to VuHaus and to share their artists on a larger, national stage.”

About Houston Public Media
Houston Public Media combines broadcast and digital assets to serve residents of Southeast Texas with a curated mix of trusted local news and entertainment with exceptional national programming from NPR and PBS. Houston Public Media is a public service from the University of Houston, its license holder, and is supported with financial gifts to the Houston Public Media Foundation. With a combined weekly audience of more than 1.5 million, Houston Public Media is committed to delivering content that expands minds and possibilities with trusted information.
Facebook: facebook.com/houstonpublicmedia
Twitter: twitter.com/HoustonPubMedia.

About VuHaus
VuHaus (pronounced “view house”) is a non-profit, non-commercial organization comprised of public media’s leading Music Discovery radio stations. The human-curated, state of the art music discovery video platform features performances from the studios and events of the participating stations, and is available via mobile and web.

The VuHaus stations film local, emerging and established artists playing live music in their studios, on location, and in intimate settings, with one-of-a-kind interviews, and live performance streams. VuHaus curates this exclusive content providing a single platform for music discovery in an ever-expanding video collection from America’s most vibrant music scenes.

The VuHaus network includes public radio stations WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, KXT in Dallas/Ft. Worth, WXPN in Philadelphia, KEXP in Seattle, KDHX in St. Louis, opbmusic in Portland, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, Mountain Stage in West Virginia, Live From the Fort in Vermont, WGBH in Boston, Vermont Public Broadcasting and Houston Public Media.  VuHaus received initial funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is operated by its founding partner Public Media Company, a national non-profit organization focused on maximizing the impact of public media through innovation and strategic partnerships.
Website: www.VuHaus.com
Twitter: @VuHaus
Facebook: www.facebook.com/VuHaus

 

CONTACTS:
Erik Langner

President, VuHaus
Erik@VuHaus.com
415.235.6923

Lori Pennington
Carbonara Group/Houston Public Media
lori@carbonaragroup.com
713.524.8170 or 512.757.3286

Announcement
11/28/2016

11/16/2016, VuHaus’ 2016 Top 10 Artist Discoveries
11/16/201611/16/2016, VuHaus’ 2016 Top 10 Artist Discoveries
Announcement
11/16/2016
Announcement
11/16/2016
From all the amazing performances of 2016, VuHaus has chosen its top 10 artist discoveries of the year. Here is a ranked list of the best performances of 2016 from promising young bands that VuHaus wagers we will all be hearing and seeing a lot more of in the future. MORE» More»

From all the amazing performances of 2016, VuHaus has chosen its top 10 artist discoveries of the year. Here is a ranked list of the best performances of 2016 from promising young bands that VuHaus wagers we will all be hearing and seeing a lot more of in the future.

1.     Sofi Tukker “Drinkee
The New York-based duo’s weirdly wonderful pop songs have been a favorite on KCRW’s airwaves for months.

2.     Magna Carda “Angela Bassett
From their humble beginnings on a college campus, the genre-defying Magna Carda has risen to the top of the Austin music scene as the premier hip hop act of 2016.

3.     Bel Heir “Light at the End of the Tunnel
With their pop-infused melodies, heavy beats, drum hits and swooning vocals, the Philadelphia-based band has drawn comparisons to a multitude of artists, ranging from Sir Sly and The Neighbourhood to Lana Del Ray.

4.     Sleepy Kitty “Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas
This indie rock band from St. Louis is high-energy art-rock that goes straight to the brain’s pleasure center.

5.     MH the Verb “Traffic
Marcus Harris, known artistically as MH the Verb, has become one of the East Coast region’s most promising multi-media artists as a performer and producer.

6.     Savior Adore “Giants
This ever-evolving Brooklyn based project takes listeners on a journey through magical dream worlds and vivid musical landscapes with its romantic, imaginative pop music.

7.     Quaker City Night Hawks “Beat the Machine
Quaker City Night Hawk’s brand of hard rock n’ roll is bred from Texas boogie, Memphis soul, and heavy blues.

8.     Freedom Fry “Party Down
French and American duo, Hypem chart toppers, SXSW 2016 Official Artists, as seen on tour with Stromae and heard on Netflix’s LOVE.

9.     Grace Love and the True Loves “Shake it Out
This 9-piece soul sensation from Seattle delivers hip-swinging, booty-shaking, heart freeing music that is setting the course as the next hot soul and funk number ready to sweep the nation.

10.  Battleme “Pete’s Song
Battleme is the monikier and band of American musician and Lions singer Matt Drenik.

About VuHaus
VuHaus (pronounced “view house”) is a non-profit, non-commercial organization comprised of public media’s leading Music Discovery radio stations. The human-curated, state of the art music discovery video platform features performances from the studios and events of the participating stations, and is available via mobile and web.

The VuHaus stations film local, emerging and established artists playing live music in their studios, on location, and in intimate settings, with one-of- a-kind interviews, and live performance streams. VuHaus curates this exclusive content providing a single platform for music discovery in an ever-expanding video collection from America’s most vibrant music scenes.

The VuHaus network includes WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, WXPN in Philadelphia, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, KEXP in Seattle, KXT in Dallas/Ft. Worth, opbmusic in Portland, Mountain Stage in West Virginia, KDHX in St. Louis, Vermont Public Radio, and WGBH in Boston. VuHaus received initial funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is operated by its founding partner Public Media Company, a national non-profit organization focused on maximizing the impact of public media through innovation and strategic partnerships.

More about VuHaus can be found on the press kit or at www.vuhaus.com

Announcement
11/16/2016