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  • ‘Marketplace’ employees vote in favor of joining SAG-AFTRA union

    A group of employees who work for American Public Media’s Marketplace voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to be represented by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists union. The bargaining unit, which includes more than 45 reporters, correspondents, producers, editors and hosts, approved joining the union in an election held by the National Labor Relations Board.

  • PRX re-releases series exploring the history of Black culture through radio

    When producers Jacquie Gales Webb and Sonja Williams set out to chronicle the history of the African American community in the 20th century, they wanted to create a documentary that would be evergreen — resisting the temptation to view the past through the lens of the present. The timelessness of Black Radio: Telling It Like It Was, a 13-part audio documentary they produced for Radio Smithsonian in 1996, means a whole new set of listeners can now learn from their work.

  • NPR will roll out paid subscriptions to its podcasts

    NPR will launch a program that will allow podcast listeners to bypass sponsorship messages in exchange for subscription fees.  The network detailed its plans Tuesday in an email to member station leaders, the same day that Apple announced that it will enable subscriptions on its podcast platform. NPR and PRX will partner in the launch of Apple’s subscriptions, slated for May.   NPR will also partner in a similar forthcoming initiative from Spotify, Acting CEO Deborah Cowan and Board Chair LaFontaine Oliver told station leaders.