The Jewish Action Taskforce has rescheduled protests against NPR’s coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. They will take place at NPR’s D.C. headquarters and at member stations May 14.

The Miami Herald has agreed to produce news segments for the city’s WLRN-FM, reports the Herald.

“What he reminds me of is that quirky, kind of odd friend you had in high school but never wanted to admit you knew,” says a This American Life fan of host Ira Glass, in a St. Paul Pioneer Press article. “But now you think, ‘Gee, I wish I had gotten to know him better.’ ”

Police arrested Minnesota Public Radio talk show host Katherine Lanpher April 12 on suspicion of drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident, report local media.

The FCC has given public TV stations an extra six months to simulcast half of their analog programming on their digital channels. The original deadline for the 50 percent simulcast requirement was May 1.

Tom Shales blasts commercial coverage of the Iraqi war while praising PBS’s Bill Moyers and NPR’s Bob Edwards in his TelevisionWeek column.

Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen talks with The Rake. “[W]hen I hear Ira Glass at public radio conventions sort of light into the audience saying, ‘You’ve become conservative, you accept mediocrity,’ I say hear, hear,” he says.

NPR’s Carl Kasell will marry psychotherapist Mary Ann Foster May 24, reports the Washington Post. Wait, Wait . . . Don’t Tell Me!

NPR’s Anne Garrels tells colleague Susan Stamberg that, after Iraq, she might not cover another war. “I can’t do it to my husband again,” she says. (Via Romenesko.)