Posted: February 28, 2003

NPR’s Bob Edwards interviewed Pacifica’s Brian DeShazor about the radio network’s efforts to preserve its valuable archive of historic audio tapes. NPR’s page includes an extended version of the DeShazor interview and clips from archive recordings.

Posted: February 28, 2003

The Onion needles NPR’s Corey Flintoff this week–see fifth item, “News in Brief.” (Warning: gratuitous explicit language.)

Posted: February 27, 2003

Pubcasters are again calling on FCC Chairman Michael Powell to require cable to carry both public TV’s analog and digital signals during the DTV transition. The new request follows a similar appeal made in June 2001. Read the letter to … Continue reading

Posted: February 27, 2003

CPB honored Ted Stevens, Alaska’s senior senator, with its Ralph Lowell Award, public TV’s highest honor. As chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Stevens has steered millions of dollars in financial aid to pubcasters.

Posted: February 27, 2003

New York’s WAMC will buy an AM station to complement its stronger FM signal in Albany.

Posted: February 27, 2003

College radio stations are fuming that College Music Journal, their sole tie to the record industry, seems to be fiddling with their playlist data to promote its own ventures.

Posted: February 27, 2003

Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen tells Adweek he’s working on a second novel (set in the 19th century) and hates Craig Kilborn.

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