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  • How Nina Totenberg handled the ‘volcano’ set off by covering Anita Hill’s sexual harassment charges

    As its title suggests, much of Nina Totenberg's new memoir, Dinners with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendships (Simon & Schuster), focuses on her decades-long friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsberg. But she also shares details of her personal life and reflects on episodes from her long career covering the Supreme Court for NPR, including breaking the news of Anita Hill's sexual harassment allegations against Clarence Thomas.

  • WQED CEO Deborah Acklin steps down

    Deborah Acklin, CEO for WQED in Pittsburgh, is stepping down from the station Friday. Acklin Mildred Myers, co-chair of the station’s board of directors, said in a news release that Acklin is leaving the station to “focus on essential medical treatments following a diagnosis of non-smoker’s lung cancer.” The board has appointed Chief Revenue Officer Lilli Mosco and CFO Mike Waruszewski as interim co-COOs as the station searches for Acklin’s successor.

  • KERA acquisition will shore up long-running Denton newspaper

    KERA in Dallas announced plans Tuesday to acquire the Denton Record-Chronicle, a long-running newspaper in Denton, Texas. KERA is in the “final stages” of its due diligence work on the transaction, KERA CEO Nico Leone told Current.