Mar 14, 2003

The Los Angeles Times focuses on the polar-opposite views local listeners can get from Pacifica's KPFK and its hawkish right-wing neighbors on AM.
Burton Paulu passed away March 8 at the age of 92, report The Star Tribune and The Minnesota Daily. Paulu directed KUOM in Minneapolis, led the National Association of Educational Broadcasters and pioneered in educational radio.
The Seattle Weekly looks again at KCTS's precarious financial situation, and rants against the "sordid tricks" the station turns to at pledge-time.