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By Stephanie Mirah, Editorial Intern
San Diego’s KPBS aims to reach a younger and more diverse audience with The Parker Edison Project, a new podcast hosted by a local rapper and journalist. On each episode of the biweekly podcast, host and co-creator Parker Edison interviews San Diego personalities to explore what he calls the 10 core tenets of American culture, including fashion, geography, sex and symbols.
By Eric Nuzum, Co-Founder (Magnificent Noise)
Public radio is on the verge of blowing it. That is the justification I offer to the friends who have asked me why I want to commit to a large project: writing a series of commentaries for Current this year to outline the mindset and ideas that will set public radio up for success in the next five years.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter and Skye Witley, Editorial Intern
The five public media organizations that fund and distribute TV content created by nonwhite filmmakers will receive $500,000 increases in their annual funding from CPB. CPB announced Monday that it is boosting its support for each of the independent nonprofits that make up the National Multicultural Alliance: Black Public Media, the Center for Asian American Media, Latino Public Broadcasting, Pacific Islanders in Communications and Vision Maker Media. The increase takes effect this fiscal year. Totaling $2.5 million, the funding represents a 37% increase in CPB’s annual support to the National Multicultural Alliance organizations.