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By Stephanie Mirah, Editorial Intern
A multiplatform campaign from PBS and the WNET Group is chronicling how arts and culture have pivoted during the pandemic, featuring concerts, performances and documentaries. #PBSForTheArts is examining how arts organizations are working to “stay around, stay relevant and then fight back,” said WNET Group CEO Neal Shapiro. Shapiro said that he knew that the pandemic would affect many industries and wondered how the arts in particular would fare. As institutions shuttered “in a snap,” he said, PBS and WNET staff decided to document the pandemic through the lens of the resiliency and recovery of the arts. Shapiro said PBS CEO Paula Kerger told him that the “arts are too important.
Comings and goings: Laura Knoy to retire from NHPR, PBS North Carolina hires chief education officer …By Julian Wyllie, Reporter and Mike Janssen, Digital Editor
Laura Knoy will retire from New Hampshire Public Radio after 25 years of hosting the station’s weekday talk show, The Exchange. Her last day will be June 10.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
PBS NewsHour Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor will take over Friday as permanent host and moderator of Washington Week, the public affairs series produced by WETA in Washington, D.C. Alcindor succeeds Robert Costa, who left the series in January to co-write a book with investigative journalist Bob Woodward. Alcindor, who has covered the White House for PBS NewsHour during the Biden and Trump administrations, was one of 10 guest moderators during the search for Costa’s successor.