Public Radio International (PRI) this week (Aug. 23) announced its new “Innovator-in-Residence” program, inviting technology and social media start-ups with a public service mission to share PRI’s headquarters for three months or longer. The PRI Innovation Fellows will receive advice and business counsel from PRI executives, introductions to media and business leaders, and access to PRI facilities and expertise. In return, fellows will provide PRI with access to their ideas, software and content. The first Innovator-in-Residence is Instant Automatic, based in San Francisco and Minneapolis. It creates and develops new communication and content technologies for real-time interaction through the mobile web.