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By Public Media Anti-Racist Partnership
When public media host and journalist Celeste Headlee began a series of Zoom meetings last year, she didn't know the discussions would lead to a movement to address racism in the industry. But the Public Media Anti-Racist Partnership published a call to action Monday with more than 200 co-signers and endorsements from several station leaders.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Kobin William H. Kobin, a public television executive who led KCET in Los Angeles and spearheaded a diverse range of programs, died Jan. 8 at his home in Brentwood, Calif., due to health complications caused by Parkinson’s disease.
Comings and goings: Lynne Clendenin will retire from OPB, New York Public Radio hires sponsorship SVP …By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Lynne Clendenin will retire as VP of programming for Oregon Public Broadcasting effective March 31, according to a spokesperson. Clendenin In a note to public media colleagues, Clendenin said her retirement “was something planned before 2020 took hold.” She added, “Public media has a critical responsibility moving forward and in many ways I will miss not being a part of it.