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  • Four with ties to pubmedia receive MacArthur Fellowships

    Two public radio hosts and two filmmakers whose work has aired on PBS are among the 25 recipients announced Tuesday of the MacArthur Foundation’s annual fellowship. The program awards each fellow $625,000 to use as they please.

  • How NPR can leverage stations’ reporting to help save local journalism

    The ongoing decline of local news coverage has significant implications for democratic governance — both in terms of creating an informed citizenry and providing accountability for elected officials.   A 2020 study by the University of North Carolina’s Hussman School of Journalism and Media, which has tracked the emergence of “news deserts” across the country, found that more than 2,000 of the 3,143 counties in the United States have “no daily local newspaper.” Even cities that still have local papers — from Chicago to Cleveland to San Jose to Los Angeles — are being covered by reporters whose newsrooms have been hollowed out.

  • NPR budgets for improved financial outlook in new fiscal year

    NPR’s board of directors approved a budget Sept. 14 that anticipates breaking even in the upcoming fiscal year following two years of deficits.