Public radio listeners will continue to hear King on stations when “Today, Explained” is distributed next year.
Rollout of the public broadcaster’s digital news brand includes launching a website next year.
As we enter the annual season of gratitude, we’re asking you to take a moment to think about Current.
Public media producers are preparing a slew of new and returning podcasts for national audiences.
Paul Maassen of WWNO said during a network board meeting that NPR and stations are working on podcasts in a “siloed environment.”
VPM expects to begin publishing original content on the “Style Weekly” website by the end of the year.
As part of our “Focus on Membership” series, three experts discuss the nuts and bolts and bigger picture of effective digital fundraising.
“Hearing people like us on the radio when you walk into a restaurant or an auto shop makes you feel like South Phoenix is yours, too.”
Tabitha Safdi is also chair of the PBS Digital Media Advisory Council.
The weekday “NewsHour” and its weekend offshoot, which launched in 2013, will be consolidated under WETA in Washington, D.C., by next year.
The genre has become an annual offering from Nevada Public Radio after the station tried it out during the pandemic.
You’ve started tracking the diversity of your sources. Hooray! Now, there are a few things you and your newsroom can do to make sure that source diversity tracking becomes a lasting habit.