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Engagement campaign around ‘Hiding in Plain Sight’ documentary promotes awareness of youth mental illnessBy Abigail Pritchard, Editorial Intern
With the release of a new documentary executive-produced by Ken Burns, public TV stations across the country are working with WETA in Washington, D.C., on engagement campaigns to address the stigma around youth mental illness. Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness is airing on PBS stations Monday and Tuesday evenings this week.
By Abigail Pritchard, Editorial Intern
When journalists at GBH in Boston stepped up efforts to ask local residents about the most pressing issues in their community, one question kept coming up: Why are rents rising so high? “There is a question that our people, our newsroom, have heard repeatedly.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Heather L. Reese was named executive director of Wisconsin Public Media, the organization that manages Wisconsin Public Radio and PBS Wisconsin’s statewide network of radio and television stations. Reese Reese succeeds Gene Purcell, who died last year at the age of 61 due to injuries sustained in a traffic crash. Reese has been interim director since Purcell’s death.