Jun 26, 2002

With CPB money, WNET launches African American World, a website about the AfAm experience that isn't an adjunct of any particular TV show. The site is planned so that other stations can integrate it into their websites.
Reacting to a Providence Journal editorial suggesting the merger of Rhode Island's WSBE with Boston's WGBH, Rhode Island pubcaster Susan Farmer says the Journal might as well be swallowed by the Boston Globe!
The Online Journalism Review joins in condemning NPR's linking policy. Also, BoingBoinger Cory Doctorow and NPR ombud Jeffrey Dvorkin both appeared on Minnesota Public Radio's Future Tense to discuss the controversy. (RealAudio required.)
Former U.S. Treasury Sec. Robert Rubin will be the first guest on MPT's newly revamped Wall Street Week with Fortune, says the L.A. Times.