Pubcasting execs from Alaksa, N.Y., pen Washington Post op-ed in support of funding

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Laura R. Walker, president of New York Public Radio, and Jaclyn Sallee, president of Kohanic Broadcast Corp. in Anchorage, Alaska, a Native American station, wrote an op-ed in today’s (Feb. 5) Washington Post headlined, “Why Congress shouldn’t desert public media.” The two assemble research facts to make a case that pubcasting provides value far beyond quality programs, and that “in the midst of cynicism, public media organizations firmly believe that learning is a lifelong and joyful pursuit.”

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