Apr 29, 2005

"We must bring the public back into public broadcasting." In a report outlining financial and political threats to PBS, a consortium of media reform and consumer advocacy groups proposes town-hall style meetings on public TV's future.
A blogger reacts to the news that "California carpetbagger" is promoting concerts in the D.C. area.
In a report examining CPB's push to exert more influence on programming, NPR's David Folkenflik links CPB Board Chairman Ken Tomlinson to controversial decisions to hire ombudsmen and to green-light Journal Editorial Report.