“The partnership model is key to everything we do,” says Erik Langner, CEO of the Information Equity Initiative.
The narrative podcast tells “the bigger story” about how the shooting has — and has not — changed the community where it happened.
Yang succeeds Geoff Bennett, who left the program to co-anchor “PBS NewsHour.”
Gov. Kristi Noem’s executive order prohibits state agencies and employees from downloading or accessing TikTok on state-owned or leased devices.
New requirements approved by the FCC could create an undue burden for small community radio stations.
The only public media–themed crossword puzzle is back with a new stumper.
APT Podcast Studios is negotiating its first deals for programs about food, travel, health and lifestyle.
Content staffers announced last month their intention to unionize.
This year’s RTDNA/Newhouse School at Syracuse University Survey survey found that 63.9% of noncommercial radio newsrooms surveyed had staffers of color.
NPR plans to make up a budget shortfall with a hiring freeze and cuts to discretionary spending.
Turner succeeds Susi Elkins, who left the station earlier this year.
Marrapodi joined NPR in 2019 as live specials lead.