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By Tyler Falk, Reporter and Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Public broadcasting will receive emergency funding from the $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief bill signed Friday by President Trump. The bill includes $75 million for CPB “to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, including for fiscal stabilization grants to public telecommunications entities,” the bill says. It directs CPB to use the funds to help “to maintain programming and services and preserve small and rural stations threatened by declines in non-Federal revenues.” CPB President Pat Harrison commended Congress' approval of the funding in a statement.
By Grace Vitaglione, Editorial Intern
InsideClimate News, a nonprofit news organization specializing in issues surrounding energy, climate change and the environment, is building regional reporting networks that provide editorial support and wider distribution for climate coverage by other news organizations, including public media stations. Its biggest collaboration to date includes partner newsrooms and freelancers in the Southeast.
By Tyler Falk, Reporter
NPR is refocusing its strategies to collaborate with stations on major-gift fundraising, taking lessons from previously unsuccessful attempts to develop a new approach built as an equal partnership. It’s been more than 16 years since Joan Kroc’s historic gifts to NPR and KPBS in San Diego reset expectations for collaborative fundraising’s potential to transform public radio. Despite multiple attempts by different leadership teams at NPR, efforts to work with stations to raise major gifts have faltered.