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  • Pacifica Foundation announces new leadership

    The Pacifica Foundation named Stephanie D. Wells its new executive director this week. Wells Wells brings over 35 years of executive experience in the nonprofit, for-profit and entertainment industries, according to a Pacifica release.

  • As pay transparency becomes law in New York, Colorado pubmedia has been a testing ground

    While staffers have called on public media organizations over the last year to adopt pay transparency policies, some states are stepping in and forcing employers to publish salaries in job postings. By this spring, job-seekers in New York City will see full salary ranges posted in job listings.

  • Security in covering right-wing rallies is a ‘constant issue,’ say ‘Frontline’ producers

    Producing an investigative documentary for Frontline has always required diligent reporting and compelling video, but lately it’s also involved taking security measures to prevent reporters and camera crews from harm. During a PBS presentation Wednesday for Plot to Overturn the Election, which examines the fraudulent claims made about the 2020 election, reporter A.C. Thompson revealed threats to his safety to a Zoom audience attending the PBS portion of the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.