Aug 7, 2003

KUOW-FM in Seattle is paying tribute to Cynthia Doyon, a swing jazz host for the station who committed suicide earlier this week. The Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencer ran obituaries.
"Because public radio is a resource for us as citizens, it makes sense to have our participation," says Jay Allison of Transom, his watering hole for independent producers, in the New York Times.
The University of Massachusetts in Lowell has upset students and community activists by giving 25 hours a week of its FM station's airtime to a local newspaper, according to the Boston Phoenix. [More coverage in the Lowell Sun and the Boston Globe.]