Posted: February 26, 2003

New research from the Sesame Workshop reveals children worry more about the bully next door than Osama bin Laden, reports the Washington Post.

Posted: February 26, 2003

NPR has hired GetActive Software to provide member stations with fundraising software and e-marketing tools. PBS hired the company for the same purposes in March 2002.

Posted: February 26, 2003

NPR President Kevin Klose visited Baltimore to face critics of his network’s Middle East coverage, reports the Sun. “There are people on all sides of this issue who want us to tell only their story using their names and their … Continue reading

Posted: February 26, 2003

“We’re always up front with the fact that this is advocacy journalism,” says a producer at WPKN in Bridgeport, Conn., a community radio station profiled in the Hartford Courant.

Posted: February 26, 2003

NPR named Walt Swanston director of diversity management and Michael Riksen v.p. of national affairs.

Posted: February 25, 2003

Nielsen Media Research announced plans to expand its use of people meters, a change likely to boost cable ratings, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Posted: February 25, 2003

“Unsettling hours about the airborne evils that Americans have been told to await”–“Dirty Bombs,” airing tonight on PBS’s Nova, and “Bioterror: The Invisible Enemy,” debuting tomorrow on the Discovery Channel. The New York Times reviewer says both offer “dreadful insights … Continue reading

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