Dec 18, 2003

After steering KCTS through a major downsizing, interim chief Bill Mohler agreed to lead the station as its permanent president, reports the Seattle Times. "What happened is you get caught up in it with the people side," Mohler told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. "You have a collection of some of the most creative people that I've met in my entire life that are working here ... and it was their jobs on the line."
NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin defends his network's coverage of the capture of Saddam Hussein, which angered some listeners by interrupting their Sunday morning routines.