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By Sherrie Negrea, Freelance Contributor
Public media stations have relaunched door-to-door canvassing this spring with the easing of pandemic restrictions, and results so far have exceeded their expectations. Stations that resumed canvassing have seen average new sustainer gifts rise 10%, to $14.12 a month, compared to pre-pandemic levels, said Michal Heiplik, president and co-founder of Contributor Development Partnership, a consulting group that helps stations organize canvassing programs. Revenue collected per shift has jumped 21% and the number of conversations canvassers have had with residents has increased 19%, based on data from four stations that restarted their programs, Heiplik said.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Rhonda Holt has been promoted to CTO for PBS. Holt succeeds Mario Vecchi, who will retire at the end of the month.
Public media’s one-of-a-kind leadership training needs new funding. Here’s why our industry can’t let it end.By Ben Adler, Director of Programming and Audience Development (CapRadio), Erika Aguilar, Director of Podcasts (KQED), Tracie Hunte, Correspondent and Producer (The Experiment), Ben Philpott, Managing Editor (KUT) and Sáša Woodruff, News Director (Boise State Public Radio)
When the five of us first met in January of 2020, we were either new to management or searching for a career path. Erika was a new beat editor at KQED.