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By Ernesto Aguilar (Public Media for All)
Private and public reckonings over public media’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in our workplaces and audience service signal profound shifts in what employees and supporters expect from our local and national organizations. Since sexual harassment allegations of the #MeToo movement toppled men who led public media newsrooms and signature programs such as The Takeaway, Charlie Rose and A Prairie Home Companion, staff at stations and national organizations are speaking publicly and anonymously about continuing problems in their workplaces.
By Grace George, Editorial Intern
WNIN in Evansville, Ind., is collaborating with local college students to take an in-depth look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the Midwest. The joint effort with the University of Evansville is fueling COVID Between the Coasts, a eight-episode podcast focusing on aspects of COVID-19’s regional impact that have not been covered by national news.
By Tyler Falk, Reporter
Three public radio stations have received support from the American Press Institute in a second round of microgrants for election coverage. The grants are from API’s Trusted Elections Network Fund, which aims “to improve audience-centered elections coverage,” according to a Tuesday release.