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  • A look at WFAE’s ‘intentional strategy of inclusion’

    A few years ago, WFAE-FM embarked on an ambitious journey to deepen its service to the BIPOC-majority population of Charlotte, N.C. The station adopted an intentional strategy of inclusion that meant changing how it relates to its community and how it functions as a news organization.How did WFAE create a culture of openness, inclusion and risk-tolerance that is attracting listeners, funders and attention from the wider world of journalism? Watch our latest next Local that Works webinar to find out.

  • How public broadcasting overcame early setbacks to become a national institution

    The educational mission of public media remains its backdrop. It is a free informational service that endeavors to reach every possible listener, for the purpose of informing, introducing different perspectives and beliefs, and providing an active medium for up-to-the-minute analysis.

  • Citing finances and audience strategy, New Hampshire Public Radio ends ‘Exchange’

    New Hampshire Public Radio has backtracked on a decision to continue airing its longtime local program The Exchange after the departure of the show’s host. Schachter CEO Jim Schachter announced Friday the decision to end the show rather than continue with a new host, citing financial challenges and strategic changes.