The network argued that former employee Kevin Langley had released discrimination claims when he signed a separation agreement.
“Writing a biography of a person or place, much less four people and a place as storied as NPR, is not for the faint of heart.”
Criticism that the first season was racier than Austen would have intended “speaks to a difference between the British audience and the American audience,” said the show’s head writer Thursday during the Television Critics Association press tour.
Stephanie D. Wells previously worked as director of development for the Michelson Found Animals Foundation.
“I think especially for women and people of color, this is a piece of information that we have not had.”
“The reporting I have been doing for the last five years involves interviewing people who are armed and oftentimes very not happy with the mainstream media, not happy with me,” ProPublica’s A.C. Thompson told TV critics.
The funds support the consolidation and upgrade of the station’s headquarters and production studios in Northern Virginia.
“We get to learn from our guests as much as listeners do.”
“This is an important step to grow and strengthen local journalism in Chicago,” said CPM CEO Matt Moog.
“I think the most important aspect of all the conversations, particularly with diverse filmmakers, over this last year has been for us to listen and try to understand where there are barriers and how we can bring more work forward, how we can better support filmmakers no matter what stage of their professional career they are in,” said PBS President Paula Kerger.
The new handbook will go beyond NPR’s existing ethics guide to focus on station-specific issues, such as editorial independence from university and school district licensees.
Salvador Perez has worked as a senior producer and director for Sesame Workshop.