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  • Public media must open more paths to leadership training

    A recent survey of public media employees found glaring needs for professional development and training. Among nearly 600 frontline staff and CEOs of local stations, less than 20% said they were satisfied with professional development opportunities within the system.

  • WAMU sells Maryland station to Delaware Public Media

    WAMU in Washington, D.C., announced Tuesday that it will sell an FM station in Maryland to Delaware Public Media. WAMU will sell WRAU in Ocean City for $537,500, according to the asset purchase agreement.  JJ Yore previously told Current that the planned sale was a strategic move and not sought out of financial necessity.  In a press release, WAMU said WRAU’s audience represents over 2% of WAMU’s weekly broadcast audience.  The sale allows WAMU to “focus its resources on the Washington, D.C., region by cultivating audiences in the high-density metropolitan region through digital platforms and new broadcast formats,” the release said.   The sale would expand Delaware Public Media’s reach into southern Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

  • Minnesota university considers selling radio station to local pubcaster

    A public television station in Duluth, Minn., has agreed to a letter of intent to buy public radio station KUMD in Duluth. If approved by KUMD’s licensee, the University of Minnesota system, the station would be sold to the Duluth-Superior Area Educational Television Corp., which owns PBS station WDSE, for $175,000.