Feb 26, 2004

Pointing pointedly in the direction of Janet Jackson's chest, PBS chief Pat Mitchell painted public broadcasting as a "safe haven" for families with kids in yesterday's House appropriations hearing on CPB funding, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
A Wired article looks at "Walkman Busting", an occasional segment on public radio's The Next Big Thing.
The Pacifica network has wrapped up elections for its station boards and national board, the first to be held since activists gained control of the network in 2001.
Jim Russell, executive producer of the forthcoming Public Radio Weekend, takes another stab at explaining the sound and feel of the show.
NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin addresses Wal-Mart's underwriting on NPR and a spoof of The Passion that upset some listeners in his latest "Media Matters" column.