Doug Mitchell makes a point to welcome newcomers to public media.
At the 2017 PMBA conference in St. Louis, attendees said people in public media care about making a difference.
Raney Aronson-Rath of “Frontline” writes of her commitment to uncovering untold stories.
Here’s what folks at the PBS Annual Meeting in San Diego had to say about their commitment to public media.
We collected these expressions of support for public media at the APTS Public Media Summit.
Karlo began his career at KPBS in San Diego 44 years ago.
NPR correspondent Tamara Keith writes that in public radio she does work that could make a difference in the lives of listeners.
Aguilar discovered punk rock on a community radio station and found himself coming back to listen to the news.
The top news exec at NPR says he chose public media because society needs robust journalism.
This year, as Current marks the 50th anniversary of the Public Broadcasting Act, we are illuminating the experiences that inspired people to choose to work in public media.