Feb 24, 2003

"A woman whose first child was born nine months and five days after her wedding recalls that the realization of 'how easy it was to get pregnant' was quickly followed by panic." The New York Times reviews "The Pill," airing tonight on PBS's American Experience.
WHYY in Philadelphia upped Terry Gross's salary from the $85,000 she made in 2001, reports the Inquirer. The paper also reports what hosts including Bob Edwards and David Brancaccio pulled in.
WDET-FM in Detroit stopped its Web audio stream today because of new limits on how Internet broadcasters can program music.
A live chat on eating disorders gets underway at 2 p.m. ET today at Author Marya Hornbacher, whose book "Wasted" chronicles her struggle with anorexia and bulimia, participates in the chat. She is one of several young women profiled in "Perfect Illusions: Eating Disorders and the Family," a documentary airing tonight on many PBS stations.
"I was always attracted to this part of the world and wanted to make some contribution in trying to bring Israelis and Palestinians closer together,"says NPR Middle East correspondent Linda Gradstein in a Los Angeles Times profile. (Via Romenesko.)
The Prometheus Radio Project has posted an information sheet about translators in advance of next month's filing window at the FCC.
Paste magazine covers triple-A and Americana music, with some emphasis given to noncommercial triple-A stations. Their site now features a profile of eclectic KEXP in Seattle.