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By Mike Janssen, Digital Editor and Tyler Falk, Reporter
Kent State University’s board of trustees approved Wednesday a public service operating agreement for Ideastream in Cleveland to take over operations of WKSU, the university’s public radio station. The agreement, which is expected to go into effect Oct.
By Gabe Ferris, Editorial Intern
Kansas City PBS is expanding its Flatland journalism platform with a new current affairs TV program that will feature in-depth explorations of local issues. Each monthly half-hour episode of the show, also named Flatland, will focus on an issue of importance to the greater Kansas City community.
By Tyler Falk, Reporter
Union employees at WHYY in Philadelphia approved their first contract Tuesday. The three-year contract sets a salary floor and includes wage scales, six weeks of paid parental leave and 5% raises for more than half of the unit, according to a press release from the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, which represents the employees. About 75 content employees are covered under the contract, which goes into effect Oct. 1 after nearly two years of negotiations. “The wage structures we’ve set up in this contract create a path forward where one never existed before,” said shop steward Nina Feldman in a press release.