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By Karen Everhart, Managing Editor
John Sutton, GM of WESA in Pittsburgh since 2017, has moved into a new role as VP of audience and development. Sutton The job change is part of a management restructuring by Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation, licensee of all-news WESA and Triple-A format WYEP, that took effect on Thursday. After Abby Goldstein departed this summer to become president of the Public Radio Program Directors Association, PCBC leadership took time to rethink its management structure and ultimately decided to revamp the GM jobs for both stations, according to Sutton.
By Tyler Falk, Assistant Editor
NPR is projecting that podcast sponsorship revenues will surpass revenues from broadcast sponsorships next year for the first time. During NPR’s membership meeting Sept.
By Mike Janssen, Digital Editor
PBS announced Tuesday that it has promoted Linda Simensky to head of PBS Kids content, a new position. Simensky “Simensky will lead the development of a multi-platform video content strategy for PBS KIDS, designed to respond to the quickly evolving media environment and meet the needs of current and future viewers,” PBS said in a release. “In this expanded role, she will spearhead new, experimental approaches for emerging platforms to engage kids and support their learning, developing a slate of content that represents the next generation of children.” Simensky was previously VP of children’s programming.