Jun 30, 2005
Marketplace reports on the competitive threats and economic challenges facing public TV.
Posted by Karen at 5:32 PM
Pubcasters should be thrilled that the House restored CPB's 2006 funding, but "that price will be paid, as is so often the case in today's Washington, by the people who depend on government help for essential health care and education and job-training services," writes David Broder in the Washington Post. The columnist looks at the programs that were cut to enable return of the system's funds.
Posted by Jeremy Egner at 11:23 AM