• altfactor@hotmail.com

    New Hampshire Public Radio is, as far as I know, not a “state network” as it’s not owned by the State Of New Hampshire nor any agency of such.

    It is a “statewide network” since it’s signals reach almost all of that state.

    Perhaps in the future, Current should only use “state network” to indicate statewide public radio and TV networks under state ownership, and “statewide network” for such networks not under state ownership (i.e., owned by a private-sector nonprofit organization).

    • KEverhart

      Point taken, thanks. We’ve revised the post and noted the clarification.