Feb 22, 2005
Podcasting has doubled the online audience for WNYC's On the Media in just four weeks. And Tod Maffin has started PublicRadioFeeds.com, a directory to podcasting pubcasters that is similar to ours.
Posted by Mike at 2:57 PM
“I think there’s a lot of fear in the air out there,” KCPT President Bill Reed tells the Kansas City Star, in an article about "A Company of Soldiers," a Frontline documentary that includes profanity spoken by American soldiers under fire. “That’s how the climate is now. You have to go back to the McCarthy era to get a feel for how far this has gone.” [Via TV Barn.] KCPT is one of 40 public TV stations that will air the documentary tonight with the unedited language.
Posted by Karen at 10:37 AM
Pittsburgh's WQED-FM aims to remain a localized classical music station, "[b]ut the community is not holding up its part of the deal," says president George Miles Jr. in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. As Current recently reported, other stations have also been having trouble with classical.
Posted by Mike at 9:49 AM