“I’ve had tremendous experiences, I’ve worked like a dog, so it’s not like someone just granted these things to me.”
In the late ’60s, Morrisett and his collaborators on “Sesame Street” wanted to know: Could television teach?
Vecchione says public media is “one of the last holdouts in an increasing commercialized world.”
The influential longtime leader in public broadcasting explains how he built MPR up from a small college station.
Is children’s programming the future of public media?
The early employee of Boston’s WGBH looks back on his career with the science show.
The founder of the Spanish-language radio network explains how he got into public broadcasting.
The longtime public broadcasting leader relates how she came to the field through the civil rights movement.
Hear a wide-ranging conversation with the “Fresh Air” host about the big issues facing public media.
Mitchell was the first employee of NPR and the first producer of “All Things Considered.”