The FCC has overturned a $7,000 fine levied against Portland’s KBOO for airing the sexually explicit song “Your Revolution” by rap artist Sarah Jones (FCC’s ruling in PDF).
The city council in Whitesburg, Ky., also declined to endorse an state funding application from the Appalshop community media center–but not because of any alleged anti-Americanism. (See below.)
Marketplace host David Brancaccio discusses his show’s raison d’etre with the Boston Globe. (Via Romenesko.)
PBS and MTV air programs tonight on the threat of war with Iraq, Frontline‘s “The War Behind Closed Doors” and an MTV news special that serves as a “more elementary but also intelligent primer” for its young viewers. The New … Continue reading
Fast Company named Susan Clampitt, g.m. of WAMU in Washington, D.C., one of its “Fast 50.”
NPR’s Steve Inskeep is a finalist for the 2003 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, awarded by the Shorenstein Center. (Via Romenesko.)
Public radio stations in New Hampshire and Vermont expect the FCC will soon decide on their application for a jointly owned classical music station.