Posted: February 21, 2003

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).

Posted: February 20, 2003

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.)

Posted: February 20, 2003

Marketplace host David Brancaccio discusses his show’s raison d’etre with the Boston Globe. (Via Romenesko.)

Posted: February 20, 2003

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

Posted: February 19, 2003

Fast Company named Susan Clampitt, g.m. of WAMU in Washington, D.C., one of its “Fast 50.”

Posted: February 19, 2003

NPR’s Steve Inskeep is a finalist for the 2003 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, awarded by the Shorenstein Center. (Via Romenesko.)

Posted: February 18, 2003

Public radio stations in New Hampshire and Vermont expect the FCC will soon decide on their application for a jointly owned classical music station.

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