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  • NewsHour Productions takes over management of ‘Washington Week’

    NewsHour Productions has taken over operations of Washington Week, a move that further consolidates PBS’ national news programs under one roof. NewsHour Productions is a subsidiary of WETA in Washington, D.C. Washington Week, the Friday political roundtable program moderated by Yamiche Alcindor, premiered in 1967 on WETA and became a staple on PBS in 1970.

  • Pubmedia’s failure to retain people of color needs a closer look

    In September, Sam Sanders tweeted a list of public radio hosts from marginalized communities who had left NPR or public media in recent months: Lulu Garcia-Navarro, Shereen Marisol Meraji, Shankar Vedantam, Maria Hinojosa, Maddie Sofia and Joshua Johnson.  We can now add Noel King to that list, and these are just the hosts who have taken other gigs. Tanzina Vega left The Takeaway this year, as well as many other reporters and producers throughout the system.

  • A podcast adapted for public radio explores Midwestern food and cultural traditions

    Eat Your Heartland Out, a podcast exploring the food and culture of the Midwest, aims to bring people together around a topic that everyone cares about — food. Host and producer Capri Cafaro launched the show in summer 2020 on the Heritage Radio Network, which specializes in food-related programs. A former Ohio state Senator who left office in 2016, Cafaro created the show as she made a mid-career move to channel her media skills and love of cooking into a project that aims to bridge political and cultural divides.