Pacifica’s revenues are rising, but it will have to cut wages and may be in debt for another two years, reports Executive Director Dan Coughlin.
A lengthy Boston Globe story about the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America includes an account of the group’s ongoing campaign against NPR and Boston member station WBUR. (Via Romenesko.)
As if a Dan Schorr Cupid weren’t enough, NPR’s special e-Valentines also include some annoying music.
Documentaries airing on HBO and PBS tonight are “among the most inventive, expressive programs produced this year in observation of Black History Month,” writes a New York Times reviewer.
Frontline producer Barak Goodman discusses “Failure to Protect: The Caseworker Files” on washingtonpost.com.
Michael Lazar, president of Capital Public Radio in Sacramento, tells the Sacramento Bee that new competitor KQED is “not going to be offering the listeners a true alternative.” (More coverage in the Sacramento Business Journal.)
San Francisco’s KQED will move into Sacramento next year with its $3 million purchase of a religious FM station.