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    Participants find pros and cons to online networking at virtual NABJ/NAHJ conference

    Public media organizations tested networking online with the NABJ-NAHJ Virtual Convention and Career Fair Aug. 5–8 after the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to transform the conference to allow for remote attendance.  To help engage with journalists, Stacey Foxwell, VP of operations at NPR, made a virtual space of the networking area for public media organizations, known as the “Public Media Village.” Instead of booths squeezed onto a large convention floor, the virtual space, launched by event-planning platform vFairs, was equipped with illustrated booths, chat rooms and a system for video calls.

  • Comings and goings: WQXR gets new leader, WGBH and CapRadio add staff …

    New York Public Radio named Edward Yim chief content officer for WQXR. Yim Yim’s first day with the New York City classical radio station will be Sept.

  • WAMU announces resignation of GM JJ Yore

    The leader of WAMU in Washington, D.C., is stepping down after his handling of employee misconduct drew widespread criticism from staff and prompted calls for his resignation. Yore In a press release Friday, the station announced that JJ Yore is leaving immediately.