Nevada Public Radio (NVPR) has earned our audience’s trust over the past four decades by broadcasting the highest quality news and cultural programming and providing other media resources and services that empower people to engage with their community. Maintaining and strengthening this trust will always be a paramount concern.
NVPR maintains a database of names and addresses of those persons who have supported us financially or otherwise have indicated an interest in our station programming or activities. We use that information to communicate with you via USPS, email, text or in other ways. The following policy refers to that database as our “Mailing list”.
If you have provided us with your name, address, email or phone number we promise we will be responsible with that information and protect it. We take that as seriously as you do.
Mailing List Policy
1. We don’t rent, trade or sell our mailing list. Period.
2. If you provide information for a promotion, sweepstakes or other contest or buy a ticket from our online box office we may provide that information on a one time basis to our partners. Before you provide that information you will be given an opportunity to opt out of sharing your information and affirm you understand the purpose for sharing with a third party. For example, we may share a list of ticket buyers to a venue so patrons can pick up at “Will Call.” No information or lists aggregated through our fundraising or promotional activities at NVPR will ever be shared with political candidates, parties or organizations involved in advocacy. NVPR proudly complies with all such relevant regulations issued by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
3. If you don’t want us to communicate with you via mail or email, just let us know at email@example.com. However, if you are a donor (member) to Nevada Public Radio, we may still need to contact you about items directly related to managing your account. E.g. sending tax receipts, issues around sustaining membership or to confirm your choice of thank you gifts.
Accessing Nevada Public Radio (NVPR) content on the internet online allows NVPR to collect information about you. That may be information you provide (e.g. your email or other information from sharing a story, participating in a survey, promotion or inquiry); or, the information your device provides via your IP address or from “cookies” on our websites.
We use your information to help us personalize and continually improve your experience on our websites and other digital platforms, including fulfilling your transactions and requests for information, analyzing and compiling trends and statistics, and communicating with you.
We may also use your information for the following purposes:
- Providing customer/member/audience support;
- Complying with applicable legal requirements, industry standards, grant reporting needs and our policies;
- Providing customized content based on your use of NVPR digital products and websites, your preferences, and/or your location, depending on the type of information you have chosen to provide to us;
As an NPR member station, our digital content, products and services are interconnected. Nevada Public Radio uses the information collected by those who use our digital content consistent with NPR’s policies. The full policy is here: https://www.npr.org/about-npr/179878450/privacy-policy#automaticinformation
How We (NVPR) Share Your Information With Others: We share your personal information with third parties as described below. In addition, we may share information that does not specifically and personally identify you, such as aggregate information, device identifiers or other unique identifiers to third parties.
Third-Party Service Providers: We engage third-party service providers to perform functions on our behalf such as: website hosting, content syndication, content management, marketing, analytics, and customer service. For example, we use third parties to process payments made to us and assist with fulfillment, returns and other operations. These third parties may have access to your personal information when needed to perform their functions.
Law Enforcement, Legal Process, and Emergency Situations: We may also use or disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or on the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to (a) conform to applicable law or comply with legal process served on us or our Websites; (b) protect and defend our rights or property, the Websites or our users, or (c) act to protect the personal safety of us, users of the Websites, or the public.