May 18, 2004

"Real diversity. Real public television" is the slogan for Philadelphia's maverick public TV station WYBE, and the phrase could be a précis of General Manager Sherri Hope Culver's article in Television Quarterly, posted on the station's site. (Beware -- it's a long PDF download.) Not a member of PBS, the station specializes in underserved minorities and is guided in part by 12 ethnic councils.
The New York Times reports on newlyweds who met through a fund drive on WAMC-FM in Albany.
Minnesota Public Radio violated its conflict-of-interest policy when it bought a mansion to resell earlier this year, reports the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Democracy Now! host and touring author Amy Goodwin criticizes mainstream media's "access of evil" in this Newsweek Q-and-A. (via