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  • Cleveland’s Ideastream will grow radio audience with addition of WKSU to network

    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.

  • Kansas City PBS boosts profile of digital Flatland platform with monthly TV show

    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.

  • WHYY union employees approve first contract

    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.