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“We must as an industry stop thinking within radio and television silos,” writes Dennis Haarsager on his blog. “It’s a distinction that is important to us, but is totally unimportant to our listeners and viewers in an on-demand world. But NPR isn’t chartered to worry about television, PBS isn’t chartered to worry about radio, and decades of bad blood makes it difficult to build a unified future. We need to get over it and we may need a new institution to do it. Separate systems won’t work.”

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