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  • KCRW employees approve union membership

    Staffers at KCRW in Santa Monica, Calif., voted Friday to join the SAG-AFTRA union. According to a SAG-AFTRA release, the bargaining unit will include more than 90 KCRW employees, “including DJs, hosts, producers, reporters, production engineers, board operators and others who create content for all areas of KCRW, including music and news radio programming, digital content, podcasts and live events.” The employees announced their plans to join SAG-AFTRA earlier this month.

  • How can public media heal a divided nation?

    On the morning after the 2016 presidential election, as the nation was reeling in shock from Donald Trump’s surprise victory, I realized that my training in public radio had prepared me for that moment. I had already left my news reporter job at KUER in Salt Lake City in a quest to tell different kinds of stories.

  • Fan’s collection of 8,000 cassettes preserves unique era in Princeton station’s history

    File boxes containing cassette recordings of WPRB broadcasts from 1998–2005. As the educational advisor to WPRB-FM in Princeton, N.J., Mike Lupica was already digging into the freeform music station’s 75-year history.