Al Rose, 70

Posted: June 29, 2010

Albert E. Rose, former program director of New Jersey Network and later the program distributor who brought nightly British news programs to U.S. public TV, died of lung cancer June 16, 2010, at a hospice in Newtown, Pa. Continue reading

CPB/PBS Diversity and Innovation Fund weekly series RFP

Posted: June 22, 2010

Three years after Latino activists bitterly criticized Ken Burns’s The War for omitting interviews with Hispanic soldiers and sailors, CPB and PBS concluded negotiations to create a Diversity and Innovation Fund to seed new productions, Current reported. PBS issued this … Continue reading

Schedule: web platform model by year’s end

Posted: June 21, 2010

An NPR-led project this month officially launched planning for a joint Public Media Platform to put public radio and TV content on the Web and mobile devices. By year’s end it aims to create a “proof of concept” prototype. The … Continue reading

Gov’t officials critical of nonprofit Friends units

Posted: June 21, 2010

Nonprofit fundraising arms of the state-owned network in West Virginia and the school-board-operated stations in Miami are under fire as public officials scrutinize longstanding financial relationships that underpin their operations. West Virginia Public Broadcasting and Miami’s WLRN-FM/TV, like many other … Continue reading

Schedule: web platform model by year’s end

Posted: June 21, 2010

An NPR-led project this month officially launched planning for a joint Public Media Platform to put public radio and TV content on the Web and mobile devices. By year’s end it aims to create a “proof of concept” prototype…. Continue reading

Ralph Lowell Medal and others, May 2010

Posted: June 18, 2010

The primary figures in the histories of the PBS series Frontline and Sesame Street were saluted by PBS CPB Ralph Lowell Medal: Frontline auteur David Fanning received CPB’s 38th annual Lowell medal May 18 during the PBS Annual Meeting in … Continue reading

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