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On Thursday, the modern State of Israel turns 68 years old. To mark this milestone, Lisa Lis, a local friend of mine, chose to wish Israel a happy birthday when it's her day to sponsor a day's broadcast on the Michigan Public Radio Network.
Our weekly public radio program, "Travel with Rick Steves," is aired on more than 300 stations around the USA and is available
He says he means it this time.
Storytelling has a number of objectives, and ethical considerations are not necessarily compatible with these priorities. When we hear a story we want it to be engaging, we want to relate to interesting characters.
Here Be Monsters What it is: An appreciation of everything around us -- like revolving doors and Looney Toons -- that was
I personally would like to see a truly integrated media, with diversity threaded throughout big and small companies, legacy news organizations and startups. Media entrepreneurs need to understand why integrated media is not "feel-good" but essential in an America rapidly becoming majority-Latino and non-white.
Life looks different at 4 a.m. That's not just a philosophical statement. Nor is it a comment on the half-hour of introspection
The folks who bring you Public Radio have taken its fundraising efforts to a new level. Check out all of the tattoos on Public
Over the past few years the IRS has virtually stopped approving 501(c)(3) status for nonprofit news organizations. Even when applications for 501(c)(3) status aren't rejected outright, they are stacking up, unacted upon, for months and even years.
Could public funding save journalism? Wick Rowland, who is stepping down in March as President of Colorado Public Television, says a reasonable model to support thoughtful journalism is to provide more public funds for it.
As we look to advance social media, I'd like to see us pay more attention to the important role of voices and sounds. There are tremendous opportunities to build engagement through authentic voices that express the wonder of what it means to be human.
We, the listeners, do not need more global "crawl" or "personality" programming -- we need what Patt has under her hat -- and, until recently, shared on the air-waves. That famous hat is now sitting in the ring. Who will pick it up?
Amy Goodman spoke clearly and engagingly about topics ranging from radio to revolution, from drone wars to the death penalty. Her voice, so familiar to most of us in the audience, might have been coming from a Democracy Now! broadcast.
But it's not just the scenery that changed my life, because in Michigan I acquired the perspective to come into my own as a writer.
Why do righty talk-radio hosts love to sit there in silent acquiescence as their guests say that Social Security is nothing but a disaster?
With funding tight and a desire to innovate in digital, Public Radio International has agreed to be acquired by WGBH, in
Just as FM radio and Billboard charts are quickly losing their relevance in the face of personally curated playlists, comedy podcasts, with their homegrown production values, are posing a threat to traditional entertainment programming like never before.
"Ask Me Another," which began broadcasts on some NPR stations in May (but not in New York), is part of a new land rush for