Managers and executives of color say the diversity deficit within top ranks is hindering public media’s progress.
What are you doing to ensure that your station or organization reaches into diverse communities?
Approaching Native issues can be daunting to non-Native journalists.
With CPB’s backing, the station is exploring whether its format could expand to other cities.
The oral-history nonprofit has taken a series of steps to diversify its staff and increase contributions from underrepresented communities.
One area needing attention is recruitment of Latinos, particularly in supervisory roles.
“We’re here to give you the complicated story.”
The New Deciders and Willie Velasquez: Empowering the People are set to air this fall.
Panelists at the Public Radio News Directors Inc. conference shared tips on recruiting and retaining people of color.
These 14 groups are tasked with goals that support diversity in public media content.
“If we in public radio are to live up to the ‘public’ part of our mission, we’ll have to change more than just the people we interview,” writes NPR’s Keith Woods.
Edison Research is gathering and analyzing polling data from Localore events.
“This is about more than just the bottom line,” says CPB’s Joseph Tovares.
A report offers recommendations for journalists looking to produce comprehensive and inclusive coverage of racial issues.