Posted: October 21, 2003

“Do you want to say a few words about my growing lust?” asks Terry Gross of Sean Penn in “The NPR Blooper Reel,” over at The Morning News.

Posted: October 21, 2003

“I don’t trust the woman, I feel that she’s got an agenda,” says Fox News host Bill O’Reilly of NPR’s Terry Gross in the Philadelphia Daily News. “Her sensibilities lie in the area that I’m evil and what I’m doing … Continue reading

Posted: October 20, 2003

After a decade of failed efforts to reverse the tide and rescue the system, PBS is in crisis mode, reports Television Week.

Posted: October 17, 2003

“I don’t like the East Coast,” says roving public radio reporter Scott Carrier in The Salt Lake Tribune. “There’s too many people, it’s too flat and there’s too many trees.” A show of Carrier’s photographs has opened in Salt Lake … Continue reading

Posted: October 16, 2003

KOCE will remain a public TV station, it appears. Its operator, a community college district in Orange County, Calif., rejected bids from religious broadcasters and accepted one from the KOCE Foundation last night, the Los Angeles Times reported. With strong … Continue reading

Posted: October 15, 2003

Coast Community College District, operator of KOCE in Orange County, Calif., will decide whether to sell the public TV station at a board meeting tonight. Two religious broadcasters remain as bidders along with the KOCE Foundation, which would keep the … Continue reading

Posted: October 15, 2003

NPR’s Terry Gross was unfair to Bill O’Reilly in her much-discussed interview with the Fox News host, writes NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin. And he says her resorting to an “empty chair” interview approach was “an unethical technique and should not … Continue reading

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