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  • What America Amplified learned about engagement during the midterm elections

    America Amplified’s Midterm Election project began in the spring of 2022 with the goal of leveraging the public media network to help people across the country better understand the power of the vote and how to exercise their right to vote.  It was not a timid mandate, but we were well positioned to make the effort. America Amplified has been working with stations across the country since 2019, sharing resources and training to strengthen community engagement in public media.

  • Former public media employees describe the burnout and frustration that drove them away

    When Esther Honig left her job in public radio, she didn’t want to give the impression that she was unhappy.  Public radio is a small world, so she was “cautious about burning bridges,” she told Current. When she left KUNC in Greeley, Colo., in 2019 to be a freelance reporter in Mexico, she tried to convey that she was leaving “because I want to do this.” Honig But in reality, she had become burned out by the work and lack of resources.

  • Comings and goings: NPR shuffles correspondents, CRB Classical hires and promotes staffers …

    Langfitt NPR’s Frank Langfitt is leaving his London-based reporting position to become a Global Democracy correspondent, working with the network’s Investigations team in Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, Lauren Frayer will become London correspondent and leave her position in Mumbai, which she has covered for five years. Frayer Didrik Schanche, chief international editor, and Bob Little, senior investigations editor, announced the changes in a staff memo posted Tuesday on NPR’s website.