Identity: How Dayton-Cincinnati made their merger work

Posted: February 13, 2012

Matchmaking requires openness, compatibility, shared goals and maintaining a strong sense of identity. That’s the advice for public broadcasters looking to merge, as well as for doe-eyed sweethearts. CET in Cincinnati and ThinkTV in Dayton made the leap nearly three … Continue reading

Capacity: Radio’s local newsrooms weigh in

Posted: January 30, 2012

As the chorus calling on public media to add more local journalists grows, let’s be mindful of the specific ways adding journalists can dramatically improve local public service. Just by enlarging its newsroom to four, five or six journalists, a … Continue reading

Eleven of 12 stations to continue niche blogs

Posted: January 17, 2012

All but one of the dozen pubradio stations in NPR’s Project Argo plan to keep their specialized beat-bloggers working, even though the project’s original grant money is running out, according to Joel Sucherman, Argo program director. News directors and managers … Continue reading