When one way of speaking dominates, who gets to tell their stories on public radio?

A journalism school professor argues that NPR’s emphasis on unaccented English “undermines NPR’s original mission of engaging listeners civically.”

Why is public media so white?

Current’s executive director calls for accountability on diversity, equity and inclusion. Making public media data accessible is a start.

Public radio’s efforts to track source diversity seen as path to addressing ‘deep problem’

KUT in Austin, Texas, along with Philadelphia’s WHYY, Seattle’s KUOW and San Francisco’s KQED, are all engaged in efforts to gather and analyze data on their sourcing in news reports or show segments.

Producers find Localore events help bridge divides

An AIR report argues that live events are important to public media to raise awareness and support and find crucial voices that may be missing from reporting.

Why work in public media?

Making a difference, serving the audience — people who work in public media explain why they devote themselves to the job.