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By Mike Janssen, Digital Editor
The leader of Northern California Public Media is retiring after 38 years with the joint licensee she co-founded. Dobbs and LaShelle The Rohnert Park station announced Thursday that President and CEO Nancy Dobbs will retire in December.
As ‘Retro Report’ prepares for PBS debut, stations step out of comfort zone to produce local storiesBy Barry Garron
A new PBS public affairs series that looks at the past to explain current events is experimenting with a new formula to create connections with local audiences. Retro Report on PBS, an hourlong magazine premiering Oct.
By Braeden Waddell, Editorial Intern
An experimental pledge campaign created by Ira Glass of This American Life is getting a trial run on about two dozen public radio stations. Designed to bring in new sustaining members willing to donate $1 per month, the campaign offers listeners a special pledge premium — a digital collection of 48 episodes of This American Life hand-picked by Glass and accessible for streaming and downloads from a members-only website. Participating stations will use a package of pledge spots recorded by Glass for their on-air campaigns. They’ll follow-up with these new members over the next six months with a series of emails written by Glass, encouraging them to donate at higher levels.