Oct 6, 2004

The Twin Cities' City Pages says public radio's Pop Vultures is "conversational to the point of free association."
Supporters of public radio in Rhode Island plan to meet tomorrow with executives at Boston's WGBH about the future of their state's stations, reports the Providence Journal. (More in the Boston Globe.)
In a feature on nonprofit journalism by Carl Sessions Stepp, American Journalism Review finds that the PBS NewsHour, Pacifica's KPFK, NPR and several nonprofit periodicals enjoy (literally) a feeling of independence unknown to many media professionals. Via
WTTW plans to adapt its hit restaurant review series for other major market stations, according to Crain's Chicago Business.
PBS will move its headquarters to Crystal City, Va., in February 2006.
KUVO-FM in Denver became the first radio station to broadcast a live concert in digital surround sound, reports Radio Magazine. Also in Radio: the International Association of Audio Information Services has endorsed in-band, on-channel digital radio.
KCPW-FM in Salt Lake city aims to distinguish itself from competitor KUER-FM with shorter news reports and a new branding statement, reports the Salt Lake Tribune.