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Public media’s one-of-a-kind leadership training needs new funding. Here’s why our industry can’t let it end.By Ben Adler, Director of Programming and Audience Development (CapRadio), Erika Aguilar, Director of Podcasts (KQED), Tracie Hunte, Correspondent and Producer (The Experiment), Ben Philpott, Managing Editor (KUT) and Sáša Woodruff, News Director (Boise State Public Radio)
When the five of us first met in January of 2020, we were either new to management or searching for a career path. Erika was a new beat editor at KQED.
By Gregory Wakeman, Freelance Contributor
When Steven Johnson began work on Extra Life: A Short History Of Living Longer in 2017, he had no idea of the relevance that the show would have upon its release. “I wanted to tell the story of how life expectancy has changed over the last 100 years,” Johnson said of the public TV series, which debuts Tuesday on PBS stations. The best-selling author of nine books, Johnson wanted Extra Life to hit screens in time for the 100th anniversary of the end of the Spanish flu epidemic.
By Tyler Falk, Reporter
The NPR board of directors passed a resolution Friday to form a diversity, equity and inclusion committee. The new committee will support NPR’s “efforts to realize the North Star of its strategic plan through key strategies, policies and initiatives related to diversity, equity and inclusion with a focus on content, audience, staff, workplace and ...