Posted: September 29, 2003

A retired physics professor and former Republican state legislator wants license holders to clamp down on a lefty bias that he discerns in programs broadcast by Montana PBS, according to AP.

Posted: September 26, 2003

The Blues, a seven-film PBS series debuting Sept. 28, is “overreaching and uneven,” writes New York Times critic Elvis Mitchell. He faults the series for ignoring the racial shift of the music’s fans. “[T]hat Chuck D finally appears on public … Continue reading

Posted: September 25, 2003

Some record labels and music publishers complain that PBS is underpaying the artists featured in its upcoming series The Blues, according to the New York Times.

Posted: September 25, 2003

Information about the upcoming Pacifica elections is online.

Posted: September 24, 2003

WABE-FM in Atlanta is standing by the classical music format, even as other public radio stations trade it in for more news, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The article sparked exchanges among news and classical fans in the AJC‘s letters pages … Continue reading

Posted: September 24, 2003

“The paradox is that the thing that burns me out is the thing that keeps me going,” says NPR’s Terry Gross in the Sacramento Bee.

Posted: September 23, 2003

A Baltimore Sun op-ed makes the case for eliminating taxpayer support for PBS.

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