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  • KPBS podcast seeks new audiences while highlighting San Diego culture

    San Diego’s KPBS aims to reach a younger and more diverse audience with The Parker Edison Project, a new podcast hosted by a local rapper and journalist. On each episode of the biweekly podcast, host and co-creator Parker Edison interviews San Diego personalities to explore what he calls the 10 core tenets of American culture, including fashion, geography, sex and symbols.

  • How to expand public radio’s reach by changing the way you think

    Public radio is on the verge of blowing it. That is the justification I offer to the friends who have asked me why I want to commit to a large project: writing a series of commentaries for Current this year to outline the mindset and ideas that will set public radio up for success in the next five years.

  • CPB increases annual funding to public TV’s multicultural alliance

    The five public media organizations that fund and distribute TV content created by nonwhite filmmakers will receive $500,000 increases in their annual funding from CPB. CPB announced Monday that it is boosting its support for each of the independent nonprofits that make up the National Multicultural Alliance: Black Public Media, the Center for Asian American Media, Latino Public Broadcasting, Pacific Islanders in Communications and Vision Maker Media. The increase takes effect this fiscal year.  Totaling $2.5 million, the funding represents a 37% increase in CPB’s annual support to the National Multicultural Alliance organizations.