In college, Maggie Martin felt invigorated telling listeners what was happening and why it was important.
Public media helped Ashley Montgomery make sense of the world in her youth. Now, as a CPB fellow, she’s making sense of the system.
Looking for his first job out of college, Malesky had two offers. One was from a strip club; the other, a new outfit called NPR.
A KTNA news producer learned about public media’s vital role during an emergency.
Childhood summers at the Chautauqua Institution led this now-retired executive to seek a mix of showbiz, education and culture in public television.
The freelance journalist says public media should lead by putting people first.
Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Bill Nigut loves talking with people about politics.
A public radio story about migration helped Nandini Sen feel connected to the U.S. and led to her career in public media.
Luck, circumstance and some steering from his spouse led Bill Shribman to public media and WGBH.
Lauren Chapman chose public media because the newsroom doesn’t have to fight with management to hold public officials accountable.