The Las Vegas Mercury previews changes at the city’s KNPR, which begins operating a second FM signal this fall.
Tyne Daly and Ruby Dee star in a staged reading of John Hersey’s Hiroshima, airing today on Pacifica stations. [More coverage in the New York Daily News.]
Chicago’s WBEZ-FM is studying ways to acquire a second frequency in the city, reports the Sun-Times.
Public radio engineers say that iBiquity Digital Corp. has improved its digital audio codec, reports BE Radio. Meanwhile, WGUC-FM in Cincinnati has gone digital.
KPCC-FM in Los Angeles and K-Mozart, a local commercial classical station, will promote each other on their airwaves, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The New York Times reports on choices in cable and satellite TV for video-on-demand and high-def programming, and how these services may change in the next year.
Alex Chadwick is keeping an online diary for Slate about the launch of Day to Day, the new NPR newsmag that is being produced in partnership with … Slate. Revelation: Chadwick made an intern cry.