Jul 11, 2002

At July 10's House hearing, NPR President Kevin Klose offered his personal and professional apology to the Traditional Values Coalition for a news segment that linked the Christian organization to the anthrax investigation, Variety reports (see Current's earlier report on the flap).
Read a suite of dispatches from a conference on public radio talk shows, held in April.
A New York Times critic lauds tonight's report from Iraq by Gwynne Roberts as "the timeliest possible beginning to Wide Angle," a new PBS foreign affairs series. [The program's website.]