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  • 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.

  • Public media campaign on mental health launches with focus on youth

    Well Beings, a national public health campaign led by WETA in Washington, D.C., is rolling out with a digital-first content strategy for its first phase, a multipronged initiative focused on youth mental health. The campaign involves multiple content partners, production of digital video and long-form documentaries, and a 24-city tour that has been complicated by the coronavirus pandemic.  The National Alliance on Mental Illness, a project partner that is participating in the tour, hosted a celebrity-studded virtual launch event last month.

  • Chicago Public Media examines WAMU turmoil to ‘inform how we move forward’ with CEO hire

    Chicago Public Media’s board of directors is gathering facts about the recent turmoil at WAMU in Washington, D.C., in light of its recent hiring of Andi McDaniel as CEO. McDaniel In a memo to staff Monday, CPM Board Chair Bryan Traubert wrote: “We are aware of the ongoing situation at WAMU 88.5, where Andi McDaniel most currently served as chief content officer.