Bill O’Reilly of Fox News won’t stop whuppin’ on NPR, so NPR whups back. (Low in column.)

Boston’s WBUR has lost more than $1 million in revenue due to protests of its Middle East coverage.

Louis Wiley, executive editor of Frontline, discusses his program and its World spinoff with

There’s now a website for the budding Public Radio Weekend project.

NPR’s On the Media to Fox News star Bill O’Reilly: Stop complaining! You’re invited!

Frontline/World aims to target younger audiences with a fast-moving mix of international reporting.

Jim Lehrer on ABC’s thwarted move to oust Nightline: it may be time for the commercial networks to get out of the news business.

Nina Totenberg tells the Buffalo News she’s turned down TV anchor jobs (including at CNN) to stay on her Supreme Court beat at NPR.

PBS prez Pat Mitchell tells the L.A. Times she “had no idea how hard it was going to be.”