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  • NEA grant supports use of WTJU jazz history show in classrooms

    The University of Virginia’s community radio station has received a $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to create an online jazz history curriculum aimed at high school and early college students.  WTJU in Charlottesville will develop the curriculum using content from Jazz at 100, a jazz history show that the station aired from 2017 to 2019. The show celebrated the centennial of the first jazz recording with 100 hourlong episodes featuring recordings going back to 1917, interspersed with narration by host and creator Russell Perry.  Jazz is “a window into a lot of the creative history of the United States,” said Perry, who now hosts Jazz at 100 Today!, a successor show exploring modern-day jazz.

  • Answering Passport’s age-old question

    This article first appeared on the blog of Contributor Development Partnership and is republished here with permission. For a recent conference presentation, the CDP Analytics team set out to answer a question: Has Passport’s popularity resulted in station files getting younger?

  • NPR will end ‘Ask Me Another’ in September

    NPR announced Monday that it will end production of Ask Me Another in September after nine years of producing the weekly hour of comedy, trivia and music. More than 300 stations air the show, hosted by comedian and writer Ophira Eisenberg and featuring Jonathan Coulton as in-house musician.