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  • Public TV’s daily news shows reinvent workflows on the fly

    When Hugo Balta began directing news as EP of Chicago Tonight, he did not suspect that his first months on the job would be spent covering a global health crisis. “I’m walking on my third month at WTTW and if you were to have asked me in January how my first six months would go, I thought I would be just getting to know the team, observing and absorbing,” he said.

  • Radio Milwaukee names new executive director

    88Nine Radio Milwaukee has hired entertainment management executive Kevin Sucher as its new executive director, the station announced Thursday.  Sucher Sucher started in the role this week and will overlap with outgoing CEO Glenn Kleiman, who announced in October his plans to step down from the role this spring.  Sucher has run Sucher Entertainment, a management, production and consulting agency, since 2008, working with artists such as R&B singer Eric Benet and the vocal group The Tenors, according to his LinkedIn profile. He also worked as CEO of Truth Records, an artist management company with a record label and music publishing arm.  “The organization’s commitment — especially at this critical time — to creating a more inclusive and engaged Milwaukee by connecting us through music is something I’m incredibly passionate about,” Sucher said in a press release.

  • Building the perfect home studio with NPR’s Don Gonyea

    Many public media journalists are working from home, covering the coronavirus from dining room tables and recording audio in makeshift pillow forts.  Don Gonyea, NPR’s roving national political correspondent, has a lot of experience recording high-quality audio outside of a studio. He often records his features and spots from hotel rooms across the country while he follows political hopefuls.