Apr 11, 2005

"I care about poetry as a place where people are still able to express powerful feelings, and this is rare," says Garrison Keillor in the Hartford Courant as he discusses his tastes in reading and media.
WFAE-FM in Charlotte has tested two supplemental digital broadcast channels, the first station to do so, reports Radio World.
From Saturday's Washington Post, TV critic Lisa de Moraes offers her take on CPB's Friday evening announcement of President Kathleen Cox's impending departure: "One of the things you learn as a cub reporter at the Podunk Independent is that when a company puts out a news release at 5 p.m. on a Friday ... something big and unpleasant is up. Or, more usually, someone's out."