Read the advance hype for Naked in Baghdad, in which NPR’s Anne Garrels details her experiences covering the war in Iraq.
Trustees at Isothermal Community College in Spindale, N.C., meet tonight to decide the future of WNCW-FM, which belongs to the school. A sale is unlikely, but the board wants to spend less on the station, reports the Ashville Citizen-Times.
Today’s Doonesbury digs on NPR.
Officials at WETA in Washington, D.C., have resigned themselves to the prospect of day laborers–mostly Latino men–gathering at a new pavilion near their offices, reports the Washington Post.
A Dayton Daily News report revisits a year-long dispute between WYSO-FM in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and disgruntled listeners who protest the station’s decision to end locally produced jazz and folk programs.
Two Stanford profs have started Philosophy Talk, a public radio show concerned more with timeless conundrums than with car repair.
Geov Parrish writes that MITRE’s recent report on low-power FM may mark a welcome swing toward localized broadcasting. “The damage that LPFM would supposedly cause to broadcasters simply didn’t exist, and the case for re-instating the original proposal is overwhelming,” … Continue reading