Posted: December 17, 2003

NPR newswoman Peggy Girshman writes about the net’s cookie mafia in the Washington Post.

Posted: December 16, 2003

Radio broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera have introduced music lovers and opera stars alike to the genre, reports the New York Times (registration required). ChevronTexaco’s decision to stop backing the broadcasts has put their future in doubt.

Posted: December 16, 2003

It’s been nearly 10 years since the infamous O.J. Simpson low-speed car chase, and L.A. TV stations have made recording such pursuits a staple of their news coverage. TelevisionWeek borrows from This American Life to recall one of the stranger … Continue reading

Posted: December 16, 2003

Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly features prominently in a TelevisionWeek story about how TV news covers religion in the post 9/11 era.

Posted: December 15, 2003

How about a glass of NPR wine? The New York Times reports that the net will partner with Signature Wines, a company that offers custom labeling for businesses and individuals, to promote its NPR wine club.

Posted: December 12, 2003

Monkey reminds you that Joan Kroc’s gift to NPR doesn’t excuse you from supporting your local station. “now, what i want to know is, what did mrs. kroc’s estate get as a member incentive? millions of npr coffee mugs? carl … Continue reading

Posted: December 12, 2003

NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin addresses NPR’s online underwriting and possible e-mail e-litism in his latest Media Matters column.

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