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  • At BizLab Summit, stations share lessons from experiments with new income streams

    BOSTON — Less than a year into its work with six public radio stations, WBUR’s BizLab was able to boast of projects generating nearly $83,000 in new revenue at a sold-out summit Tuesday.“Our mission is to benefit all of the system,” BizLab Executive Director Joan DiMicco told more than 90 attendees from across the country at the all-day conference held at WBUR’s CitySpace event center. With funding from CPB and the Knight Foundation, the BizLab team has been working with stations on projects aimed at boosting membership and sponsorship revenue.  The model for the pilot projects was “fail fast,” DiMicco said.

  • Update to fee model ties NPR’s income to station donor revenue

    NPR’s board of directors approved a new method for calculating its member stations’ fees for programming and other services, moving to a model based on station donor revenue.  The shift from the current model, which bases fees on stations’ total revenue and audience for NPR’s newsmagazines, will result in changes to annual payments for many members. Some will pay less, while others could eventually pay much more.

  • Comings and goings: PBS adds two VPs, Neary prepares to retire from NPR …

    PBS promoted Maximillian Duke and Jill Patrone to its executive team.  Duke, senior director of PBS’ station products and innovation team since 2016, stepped up to the newly created role of VP of station strategy and development. He is in charge of creating and executing strategies for building station capacity, as well as supporting leadership development for station staff members.