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  • AFA campaigns for PBS to cancel series exploring LGBTQ+ life

    The American Family Association is campaigning for PBS to cancel its signature content initiative celebrating Pride Month, a series of digital shorts and a TV special exploring LGBTQ+ communities in the South.   Prideland, hosted by Dyllón Burnside from FX’s Pose, launches Tuesday on a new YouTube channel, PBS Voices. In the first of six weekly digital episodes, Burnside tells of his experience coming of age as a queer man in Pensacola, Fla.

  • Comings and goings: NPR’s Turpin becomes interim chief of staff, Ferguson joins Public Media Group of Southern California …

    Turpin Christopher Turpin has moved into an interim role as chief of staff at NPR, a position created after the departure of President of Operations Loren Mayor in February. In the position, Turpin is overseeing NPR’s development division, liaising with the newsroom and programming, and helping CEO John Lansing manage the operations of the executive team and critical projects.

  • Public broadcasters in Alaska face a convergence of crises

    Public broadcasters in Alaska are getting help from financial assistance programs due to the pandemic but still face an uncertain future amid the state’s long-standing fiscal challenges.  Last year, Gov. Mike Dunleavy vetoed all state funding — more than $2.7 million — for the state’s 27 public broadcasters. The cut, part of the governor’s larger effort to reduce spending without raising taxes or ending an annual payment to individual Alaskans, was the low point in a decades-long decline in state funding for public stations.  Public broadcasters spent the past year trying to make up the difference, cutting critical positions and attempting to increase revenue through fundraising and charitable gaming.