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Comings and goings: Louisville Public Media adds Gabrielle Jones as VP, America’s Test Kitchen appoints execs …By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Jones Louisville Public Media in Kentucky hired Gabrielle Jones as VP of content, a new position. Jones’ first day with LPM is Dec.
By Gregory Wakeman, Freelance Contributor
When it launched in June 2012, PBS Digital Studios wanted to bring PBS content to the thriving digital platforms that millions of viewers were watching instead of their TVs. More than nine years after its first videos debuted on YouTube and Facebook, it’s safe to say that PBSDS has accomplished that mission. Its 50 ongoing series have amassed over 2.6 billion lifetime views, and the PBSDS YouTube channel draws 56 million monthly views. More than 60% of those viewers are between the ages of 18 and 34, according to PBS.
By Scott Fybush, Freelance Contributor
As Public Media Venture Group works to take the ATSC 3.0 “NextGen” digital TV standard from concept to on-air reality, it has hired Skip Pizzi, one of the key developers of the standard, as a consultant. Pizzi comes to PMVG with a broad range of experience that started in public broadcasting, where he spent more than a decade as an audio engineer at NPR headquarters in Washington in the 1980s and 1990s.