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  • Shuttered by COVID, theaters find new audiences in pivot to radio dramas

    Creating an audio drama was new territory for the Kansas City Actors Theatre.  When the pandemic brought an end to in-person performances, some theaters began streaming productions online. To the Theatre’s artistic chair, John Rensenhouse, that felt “a bit like fitting a square peg into a round hole, because it’s not live theater,” he said.  But he recognized that the “theater of the ear, as it were, is something that could be fully realized in a pandemic situation.”  Historically, audio dramas dwindled in popularity when television arrived on the scene.

  • How KUNR’s internship program for high school students illustrates the value of youth voices during the pandemic

    This article first appeared on the website of the Radio Television Digital News Association and is republished here with permission. What is the best way to find out how the last year has affected high school students?

  • Black Public Media’s PitchBLACK commits largest-ever funding pool to five documentaries

    Black Public Media has awarded $410,000 to five film projects presented during its biennial PitchBLACK Forum, a pitching competition attended by distributors and funders of both public and for-profit media.  The grants represent the highest-ever total funding awarded to participants during PitchBLACK and a 28% increase over the $320,000 awarded in 2019. A judging panel of three television executives heard 10 pitches before selecting the grant winners, said BPM Executive Director Leslie Fields-Cruz.  “Honestly, if I had my way and if I had a lot more money, all 10 of the projects would have received a certain amount of funding,” Fields-Cruz said.