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    Many public media journalists are working from home, covering the coronavirus from dining room tables and recording audio in makeshift pillow forts.  Don Gonyea, NPR’s roving national political correspondent, has a lot of experience recording high-quality audio outside of a studio. He often records his features and spots from hotel rooms across the country while he follows political hopefuls.

  • APMG hires new president of Minnesota Public Radio

    American Public Media Group has hired Duchesne Drew as president of Minnesota Public Radio. Drew Drew will be the first permanent hire for the role since APMG restructured in November to create three distinct divisions within the organization: MPR, American Public Media and Southern California Public Radio.

  • 5 tips for managing a sales team remotely

    During this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis, sales and sponsorship teams have moved out of the familiarity of their traditional offices and into the uncharted world of their remote home offices for an unknown length of time. That being said, the role of today’s sales and corporate support managers/directors who manage these teams is more important than ever.