TPR Sponsorship Opportunties

Sponsorship of TPR events is a wonderful way to support Texas Public Radio, connect your brand with an engaged audience, and get your business name out in front of a desirable group of decision makers and leaders within the community.

Below is a list of upcoming events. For more information on sponsoring an event, please contact Kellie Fichter at

Think Science

Aug 18, Nov 17, 2017 & Feb 16, May 2018

Pearl Studio

Texas Public Radio’s Think Science series is designed to share the latest advancements in science. Distinguished researchers and scientists share incredible research that is happening right here in San Antonio. The lectures and panels that will be a part of the series will cover a broad range of current and future topics and research areas. There is an opportunity to sponsor the series.

Worth Repeating

Sept 5, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5, 2017

Brick at Blue Star

Seven storytellers have seven minutes to tell a true story from their life around a common theme. The community-based, storytelling program shared its first story at Geekdom in October 2015. Worth Repeating’s audience quickly outgrew the space and eventually moved to a larger space. With the majority of the listenership made up of a demographic of 40 years and under, your business is reaching a commonsensical group of individuals that have a relatively high income, professional careers, and carry a strong influence in the market. There is an opportunity to sponsor the series.

Annual Pinnacle Dinner (ALL SOLD OUT)

September 2017

Norris Conference Center

By Invitation only, the Annual Pinnacle Dinner is made up of TPR”s top tier donors.  TPR’s Silver, Gold, Platinum Circle, and President’s Council gather together for an elegant dinner and the opportunity to connect with a prestigious group of civic-minded, philanthropic individuals over great food and entertainment. This year’s special guest is Don Gonyea. Don Gonyea serves as the national correspondent for NPR's All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, and Here and Now programs. Sponsorship opportunities are available to connect your business with select group of TPR members.

If you are interested in sponsoring next year's Annual Pinnacle Dinner please reach out to Kellie at

McClain Pinnacle Reception

Date TBD

Location TBD

By invitation only, the McClain and Pinnacle Reception gathering consists of donors who support TPR with an investment of a dollar a day or more. It is through the loyal support of our donors that allows Texas Public Radio to broaden programming streams and build on the services it provides our community. The McClain and Pinnacle Reception is expected to draw in a large group of TPR’s long term loyal supporters. These gatherings take place three times per year, once in San Antonio and twice in the outlying communities that Texas Public Radio also serves (including the Snyder Texas in the Big Country, Highland Lakes northwest of Austin, and the Del Rio area east of San Antonio).  There is an opportunity to sponsor the series.

Sounds Like KPAC

Jan 20, 2018

San Antonio College

This event encourages and celebrates the talented young musicians and artists in our listening area. Every year Texas Public Radio hosts a talent competition that will culminate in the opportunity for the winners to share their work at a public event on January 2018. The competition, “SOUNDS LIKE KPAC,” offers an opportunity for junior high and high school students to share how the radio station KPAC 88.3 FM inspires them to create.

Salute to Business Supporters

March 8, 2018

Alamo Beer Brewery

Each year TPR salutes it’s Business, Professional and Nonprofit supporters with an invitation only event that makes up a roster of over 1000 local institutions.  The event offers community minded business leaders the opportunity to network with influential decision makers who rely on TPR as a valuable part of their marketing efforts.  Sponsors are invited to spotlight their products or services at this annual gathering.

Sponsorships are also available for TPR programming: Traffic, Weather and Texas centered news programs such as Texas Standard, focused on statewide news, and our local call in talk show The Source which looks at the issues affecting San Antonio.