Mar 17, 2005

"Twenty-four hours at KBOO reveals what potential listeners will find at Portland's noncommercial community radio station: the bizarre, the political and, in the dead of night, even the ambitious," reports the Oregonian.
"Topics about the arts, the environment, or identity politics seem overrepresented, while stories about business seem underrepresented," writes a conservative columnist of public radio in New Hampshire's Union Leader.
"To get any information at all from the Bush administration is a triumph, for it has become the all-time champion of information control," said Bob Edwards in a recent speech in Danville, Ky. (Via Romenesko.)