George Wingrove Boosey, a retired public radio programmer and journalist, died May 11 in Fayetteville, Ga., following a long illness. He was 77. Boosey began his journalism career in his teens, when ...
Sutton, who joined New England Public Media as interim CCO, was hired permanently as VP of content and audience strategy.
KLCC started a new public affairs program, Oregon on the Record, in February 2023 as a once-a-week show. It now airs at 2 p.m ...
During Freedman's quarter-century with WWOZ, it transformed from a small station into an institution representing New Orleans ...
It’s never easy to say goodbye to colleagues and friends, but we feel confident that this will position us well for the ...
Current has tracked more than 400 jobs lost to layoffs or buyouts since March 2023, including at NPR, Chicago Public Media ...
The PBS board of directors on Wednesday approved a fiscal year 2025 budget that increases station dues by 4%. The break-even ...
SPONSORED Vision Maker Media has been dedicated to engaging and empowering Native people to share their stories since 1976.
WEPP, which will begin broadcasting Thursday in Rice Lake, Wis., gets its call letters from Purcell’s given name, Eugene ...
The weeknight news show will retain the name "PBS News Hour," while the PBS News brand will appear on digital platforms.
A 10-episode podcast from journalist and author Lee Hawkins examines the intergenerational effects of Jim Crow–era segregation on Black Americans by telling the history of his own family. What ...
Our latest crossword takes inspiration from an annual public media event.