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  • WSKG appoints Natasha Thompson as CEO

    Natasha Thompson was hired as president and CEO of dual licensee WSKG in Vestal, N.Y. Thompson Thompson starts the job April 3. She succeeds Greg Catlin, who retired from the organization last year.

  • NPR’s State of the Union coverage aims to reach listeners who navigate the world in two languages

    On Tuesday, NPR will produce live bilingual coverage of the State of the Union address and Republican response for the first time.  As the United States continues to grow more diverse, it’s important for NPR to respond to local needs and experiment with offering more Spanish-language news content. This allows bilingual audiences to stay informed about the latest news and events and helps them connect with their communities through public media.

  • Stations seek alternatives as ITVS plans to shut down OVEE platform

    The Independent Television Service will sunset its OVEE service, a platform used by filmmakers, educators and stations to livestream public media documentaries and connect with viewers virtually. ITVS announced in a newsletter last month that it will deactivate the platform effective June 30.