America Amplified’s focus on the mechanics of voting highlighted the challenges of reaching beyond public media’s current audiences.
As stress, workplace culture and other factors drive people out, stations increasingly struggle to find and keep staffers.
A new study from Sesame Workshop draws on lessons from project leaders and youth alumni.
“Once recognized, we look forward to negotiating with management to ensure all eligible members are in-unit,” the employees said.
The potential sale of Shively Labs, one of the country’s only major manufacturers of high-power FM broadcast antennas, is causing concern among public radio engineers who depend on the company for challenging projects.
The station is the latest to co-brand with PBS.
“Chasing Carbon Zero,” which looks at goals to eliminate carbon pollution within the United States, is one of two “Nova” films that lead Climate Across America.
WNET plans to pay $100,000 for WEER-FM.
Fifer has led the San Francisco–based organization since 2001.
Hayes most recently served as GM and COO of New England Public Media.
The proposed unit would include 42 employees in both on-air and off-air roles.
“We are excited about the background skills and energy that Wayne will bring to Alabama Public Television.”