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  • How AIR’s Keisha Salmon plans to leverage mentorships and advocacy to diversify pubmedia’s audio talent pool

    Throughout her career, Keisha Salmon has been drawn to helping people. During a recent interview with Current, Salmon described how she’s developed  communications strategies to help entrepreneurs and organizations such as American Documentary — and how she hopes to continue that work in her new job as executive director of the Association of Independents in Radio.  “When I heard about the opportunity, it really just matched where I've been wanting to go,” Salmon told Current.   Salmon took over as executive director of AIR last month.

  • LaFontaine Oliver selected to lead New York Public Radio

    LaFontaine Oliver will take over as CEO of New York Public Radio next year, the organization announced Tuesday. Oliver Oliver, who has led three public radio stations over the last 15 years, will begin in his new role in January 2023.

  • How ‘Donkey Hodie’ is bringing Mister Rogers’ magical trolley to life

    When the production team behind Donkey Hodie decided it was time to introduce a new character for the show’s second season, they opted for a twist on a Fred Rogers favorite: A large-scale Trolley puppet will jingle-jangle its way into Someplace Else next spring. Though the friendly and upbeat show is no slouch when it comes to nods to its legacy, incorporating original Make-Believe residents like Harriet Elizabeth Cow, King Friday and Grampy Hodie into its cast of characters, bringing Trolley to town has taken a little behind-the-scenes finesse.