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By Grace George, Editorial Intern
A Kentucky public radio station is breaking into podcasting with a show that subverts stereotypes of people who live in small, rural towns. Since its launch in October, WKMS’ Middle of Everywhere has introduced listeners to an atheist who fought the state of Kentucky for the right to have a license plate that says “IM GOD.” A future episode will feature a Kentucky farmer who fights a local insurance company to end policies that discriminate based on religion and sexuality.
By Wendi Dwyer, Director of Corporate Sponsorships (PBS Wisconsin)
Public Media for All Day Nov. 10 was a day for public media to advance our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion goals.
By Rich Finlinson, Associate Director, Communication (Utah Education and Telehealth Network)
Titcomb (Photo: Jeff Egly) HEBER CITY, Utah — A pioneering field engineer who spent decades making free public television, radio and educational services available to thousands of rural residents in the Mountain West has died from COVID-19. Ron Titcomb’s three-decade career with the University of Utah served PBS Utah (KUED), NPR Utah (KUER) and the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN). His work improved broadcast and educational access in Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada and Idaho.