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  • Being the ‘lone person in the room’ and how public media can help

    Many will recall that in 2009, when President Obama was in office, Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. was arrested at his own home by a local police officer, Sgt. James Crowley.

  • Jun Reina promoted to EVP and GM at CapRadio, Rick Eytcheson becomes president emeritus

    Jun Reina was promoted to EVP and GM of Capital Public Radio in Sacramento, Calif., effective immediately.  Reina Reina succeeds Rick Eytcheson, who was named president emeritus. Eytcheson, who has led the station since 2006, will continue helping with the organization’s $10 million capital campaign to finance a move to downtown Sacramento.

  • ‘People don’t stay where they don’t feel safe’: Public radio leaders address diversity in the industry

    Amid the Black Lives Matter protests, public radio stations have posted statements condemning racism and laying out their commitments to diversity. Meanwhile, people of color in public media have been sharing stories, especially on social media, about their experiences of racism and toxic workplaces in the industry.  As Current Executive Director Julie Drizin pointed out, “public media has a whiteness problem,” and “the vast majority of our stations and organizations fail to adequately reflect their communities or the country.” In a webinar Tuesday, Ju-Don Marshall, chief content officer at WFAE in Charlotte, N.C., and Jordan Lee, program director at Radio Milwaukee, discussed their experiences as people of color in public radio and how their stations are addressing diversity and inclusion.  WFAE’s leadership has been focusing both internally and externally on issues of diversity and inclusion.