Posted: June 10, 2003

NPR is protesting the possible addition of a new strip club to its neighborhood, reports the Washington Business Journal. (Fourth item, registration required.)

Posted: June 9, 2003

Missed this one: Carl Kasell tied the knot May 24, reports The Washington Post, with many from his NPR family in tow. (Via DCRTV.)

Posted: June 9, 2003

Like most commercial news shows, PBS’s NewsHour relied heavily on officials and pro-war sources for coverage of the Iraq war and included few anti-war voices, according to a study by Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR).

Posted: June 9, 2003

The board of directors of WSCL-FM in Salisbury, Md., voted against selling the station to Baltimore’s WYPR, reports the Salisbury Daily Times. Officials with Salisbury University, the station’s owner, favor a sale and expect to decide the matter this month.

Posted: June 9, 2003

Sunni Khalid settled a racial and religious discrimination lawsuit filed against NPR in 1997. (Fifth item.) [Earlier coverage in Current.]

Posted: June 9, 2003

Cincinnati’s Xavier University sold public station WVXG to HON Broadcasting Co. of Columbus, a commercial broadcaster, reports the Marion Star.

Posted: June 9, 2003

Fun Fact about Ira Glass No. 483: He is a vegetarian who sometimes gets “obsessed with meat,” reports The Oregonian.

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