Dec 16, 2002

Chicago's WBEZ-FM assumed management of community station WLUW-FM Dec. 4, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Washington Post previews I'd Rather Eat Pants, a serial drama airing this week on NPR's Morning Edition.
Maine Public Broadcasting may have to lay off employees as it deals with a budget shortfall, reports the Portland Press Herald.
Oregon Public Broadcasting is partly responsible for the financial difficulties it faces, according to an Oregonian report. An accompanying article profiles Jack Galmiche, OPB's chief operating officer.
Lea Sloan, new PBS v.p. of media relations, tells the Washington Post that a big part of her job will be making sure that President Pat Mitchell "gets the recognition she deserves for leading PBS into the 21st century."