Dec 12, 2006
The Washington Post Marc Fisher surveys his city's public radio offerings in the wake of news that a commercial classical station is likely to be sold and change format. "Washington will now become the largest city in the country with no classical music on the radio at all," he writes. "Listeners will have no choice but to look to pay satellite radio for the classics--or for many other genres of music."
Posted by Mike at 4:09 PM
Discovery is cutting 84 jobs from Discovery Education, the division that sells educational videos and digital educational material to schools, the Washington Post reports. Discovery Education aggressively expanded in 2004, buying up competitors as it tried to establish a leadership position in the K-12 market.
Posted by Jeremy Egner at 11:08 AM