WLRN-FM is weighing a newsroom partnership with the Miami Herald, reports the Miami New Times.
The Houston Chronicle reports on a Texas appeals court hearing of the Frontline jury taping case.
Media reporter and critic Mark Jurkowitz slams public radio in today’s Boston Globe, accusing NPR President Kevin Klose and WBUR General Manager Jane Christo of dodging and patronizing supporters of Israel who say the network’s reporting is biased. [Earlier article … Continue reading
A new CPB-backed website for producers offers guidance on enhancing education in public TV programs. It includes case studies that assess educational outreach strategies for recent PBS series and specials.
Joanne Kaufman writes in The New York Times of her 11-year-old son’s love for radio, which includes public radio. Writes Kaufman, “If I were not afraid of going out on a limb, I would say that he likes Scott Simon … Continue reading
Documentary producer and director Jaime Kibben died Jan. 11 in a car accident in Tel Aviv. Kibben worked as a sound engineer for PBS’s NewsHour from 1990 to 1996.
NPR has renewed and expanded its contract with the Associated Press, reports Radio Ink.