WNYC’s Greene Performance Space now open

Posted: April 23, 2009

WNYC radio opened its long-awaited Jerome L. Greene Performance Space on Tuesday in Lower Manhattan, reports The New York Times. It’s wired for TV, radio and video streaming, and features a reconfigurable wood stage, seating for more than 100, programmable … Continue reading

Is it time to kick out Andre Rieu?

Posted: April 22, 2009

Posted in Current‘s reader forum, DirectCurrent, by Mark Jeffries on April 22, 2009 at 12:55pm In the Current article on spring fundraising and pledge drives, they say that Twin Cities Public Television (KTCA, St. Paul) placed its emphasis on the … Continue reading

Diversity: More than good intentions?

Posted: April 14, 2009

For public TV, the dialogue about its minority representation is going public again. It’s about how Latinos, African Americans and other ethnic groups are represented on the screen — and the related matter of how well they’re represented in decision-making. … Continue reading

On the Media apologizes for Infinite Mind lapse

Posted: March 30, 2009

On the Media, the NPR-distributed weekly press review, released a correction last week apologizing for what it called a “lapse in journalistic judgment” in preparing its November 2008 report about the public radio show The Infinite Mind. Continue reading