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By Rich Finlinson, Associate Director, Communication (Utah Education and Telehealth Network)
Titcomb (Photo: Jeff Egly) HEBER CITY, Utah — A pioneering field engineer who spent decades making free public television, radio and educational services available to thousands of rural residents in the Mountain West has died from COVID-19. Ron Titcomb’s three-decade career with the University of Utah served PBS Utah (KUED), NPR Utah (KUER) and the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN). His work improved broadcast and educational access in Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada and Idaho.
By Spencer Nusbaum, Editorial Intern
Nashville Public Radio is looking to grow its audience with the launch this month of a Triple A station, a shift that will remove classical music from a primary FM frequency. The station’s 91.1 FM will switch Monday from 91Classical to WNXP, "Nashville’s Music Experience.” Its format will focus on genres including indie rock, classic alternative and hip-hop, along with some pop, soul and electronic music.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Watson WBUR in Boston hired Carline Watson as EP of Here & Now. Her first day with the program will be Dec.