The call-in show has attracted about 800 users to the social platform and hopes to help other stations with their own efforts.
The union would include 11 staffers who work on the radio program and podcast “Snap Judgment” and the podcast “Spooked.”
Hellreich has served on CPB’s since March 2019, and her term expires in 2024.
The station’s “Salt City Mashup” brought together Syracuse talent for a recording project that other stations can replicate in their communities.
NPR is “budgeting conservatively as we get past some of the economic uncertainty that’s happening right now,” said CFO Daphne Kwon.
“John has faced the highs and lows with grace and equanimity,” said NPR Board Chair Jeff Sine.
The startup delivering PBS and local programs to southwestern Virginia aims to build a new model for public media in rural areas.
The station said work on three projects over the past five years coincided with “economic uncertainty.”
The city where car culture began stars in a documentary about how to get out of “this mess we find ourselves in,” says David Biello, TED science curator.
CEO John Lansing said the move will ensure NPR is “more united than ever in our efforts to strengthen our network and succeed in our mission to reach our current and future audiences wherever they consume NPR content.”
The audit raised questions among legislators about the state network’s procurement practices.
Begeny held the role of executive director of multimedia fundraising at WETA and co-hosted the show “If You Lived Here.”