Jan 26, 2006

Former KCRW commentator Sandra Tsing Loh weighs in on the Chris Douridas affair: "[I]f there is a silver lining for Douridas, it's that at least Ruth Seymour is not avowing his mentally (sic) instability directly to the press, and that she does not consider him, as she did me, a public danger." (Current's coverage of Loh's 2004 firing from the station.)
PBS Ombudsman Michael Getler endorses viewers' requests that PBS return Now to its original half-hour format, and agrees that programmers should evaluate the recent spate of Christian-themed PBS programs. "Is religious content being elevated these days? If so, why is that happening?"