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  • New KUT podcast showcases Austin’s Black community

    According to the 2020 Census, Austin’s population is 6.9% Black — a decrease from 12.4% in 1990 as the city’s Latino and Asian populations continue to grow. To Richard Reddick and Lisa B. Thompson, the changing demographics mean it’s more important than ever to understand the city’s Black history and culture.

  • Chicago Public Media board approves ‘Sun-Times’ acquisition

    Chicago Public Media’s board of directors approved the acquisition of the ​​Chicago Sun-Times, CPM announced Tuesday.  The deal, which is expected to close by Jan. 31, will make the newspaper a subsidiary of Chicago Public Media and will bring two prominent newsrooms in Chicago under the CPM umbrella.  The two brands will maintain their identities.

  • New PBS initiatives will support filmmakers of color, offer early-career mentoring

    PBS President Paula Kerger announced new funding and other initiatives for diverse filmmakers Tuesday at the start of PBS’ portion of the Television Critics Association annual winter press tour. The announcement expanded on previous measures to increase funds and opportunities for filmmakers of color, building on initiatives announced last summer.