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  • Fans, stations welcome return of hit series ‘Sanditon’

    This month’s announcement that Sanditon has been renewed for not just a second but also a third season was met with glee by devoted fans of the period drama.  Ever since the series’ debut on PBS’ Masterpiece in January 2020, viewers had been pining for more stories from the adaptation of Jane Austen’s unfinished novel, which centers on Charlotte Heywood and her arrival in the new English seaside town of Sanditon during the Regency era. “We're absolutely thrilled with the reaction to us making seasons two and three,” Masterpiece EP Susanne Simpson said.

  • NYPR fires Bob Garfield after investigation into bullying

    New York Public Radio has fired On the Media host Bob Garfield for violating its anti-bullying policy, the organization said Monday.  Garfield The decision to fire Garfield was the “result of a pattern of behavior that violated NYPR’s anti-bullying policy,” according to the statement.  The decision followed an outside investigation that concluded Garfield had violated the policy, the statement said. Garfield had previously been disciplined for violating the policy following a 2020 investigation, the statement added.  Garfield did not respond to a request for comment.  On the Media airs on 421 stations.

  • Valley PBS taps filmmaker Jeff Aiello as CEO

    Documentary filmmaker Jeff Aiello has been named CEO of Valley PBS in Fresno, Calif., according to a press release posted on a local news site.  Prior to joining the station, Aiello started 18THIRTY Entertainment, a video production company. He was EP for programs that aired on Valley PBS, according to his LinkedIn profile.