R.I., N.H. go indie as state funding ends

Posted: July 9, 2012

Two New England public television stations are moving to sever their ties to state and university licensees, cutting loose to become community-based nonprofits as they adapt to new business models and learn to live without state subsidies. Continue reading

If CPB is defunded, 130 stations ‘at high risk’

Posted: June 25, 2012

What if Congress stopped allocating federal aid to pubcasting? The latest bleak financial analysis from CPB, released last week, adds some specifics about how service would be affected in dozens of congressional districts across the land. Fifty-four public TV licensees … Continue reading

Chicago Public Media to purchase Radio Arte

Posted: June 25, 2012

Chicago Public Media is paying $450,000 to buy Radio Arte, a low-power station programmed by and for Latino youth and operated by the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago. CPM also plans to buy programming from Radio Arte to … Continue reading

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