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  • WETA promotes John Wilson to SVP

    John Wilson has been promoted to SVP and chief national content officer at WETA, the PBS producing station based in Washington, D.C. Wilson Wilson will oversee and manage the national production portfolio and content across platforms, including the WETA-produced series PBS NewsHour and Washington Week and limited series and documentaries from Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Ken Burns’ Florentine Films.  Performing arts specials and lifestyle series such as America’s Test Kitchen, Samantha Brown’s Places to Love and Martha Stewart’s Cooking School will also be Wilson’s responsibility. Wilson joined WETA in March as VP of project management.

  • ‘Radiolab’ co-host Robert Krulwich will retire in January

    Robert Krulwich, who has co-hosted WNYC Studios’ Radiolab for nearly 15 years, will retire in January, he announced Thursday. Krulwich (Photo: Matthew Septimus) “I’ve decided it’s time for me to retire from Radiolab,” he said in a statement.

  • Miami school board postpones vote on management of WLRN

    Miami-Dade County Public Schools has indefinitely postponed its plans to select a new manager for WLRN, its dual licensee public station. “Recognizing that the stations are an invaluable community asset, at this time, Miami-Dade County Public Schools has elected to postpone its recommendation to award the Request for Proposals for Media Management Services until a future meeting to exercise all due diligence,” said schools spokesperson Daisy Gonzalez-Diego in a statement provided to Current Wednesday.