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By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
The board of Sesame Workshop has elected Steve Youngwood CEO and Sherrie Westin president in response to the planned retirement of Jeffrey D. Dunn. Dunn, Westin and Youngwood The leadership transition will begin in January.
By Howard Husock, Senior Fellow (Manhattan Institute)
More than ever, local journalism is a need which public media should be — and is — filling, as Current’s national Local that Works competition and database helpfully make clear. The sharp decline in both local newspapers and the newsroom staffing of those that survive cries out for the public media cavalry: 1,000-plus licensees all across the country, in big cities and small towns.
By Tyler Falk, Reporter
A group of staffers at WBGO in Newark, N.J., have formed a bargaining unit following a card check agreement between management and Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. A third-party mediator counted the cards, which were collected in September from staff who support the union. The employees needed a simple majority to form the union.