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By Tyler Falk, Reporter
The San Francisco Unified School District has agreed to relinquish some operational control of public radio station KALW to a nonprofit formed last year by the station’s management. Pamintuan The school district’s board approved a public service operating agreement Dec. 8 with the nonprofit KALW Public Media.
By Public Media Anti-Racist Partnership
When public media host and journalist Celeste Headlee began a series of Zoom meetings last year, she didn't know the discussions would lead to a movement to address racism in the industry. But the Public Media Anti-Racist Partnership published a call to action Monday with more than 200 co-signers and endorsements from several station leaders.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Kobin William H. Kobin, a public television executive who led KCET in Los Angeles and spearheaded a diverse range of programs, died Jan. 8 at his home in Brentwood, Calif., due to health complications caused by Parkinson’s disease.