Jan 3, 2003

Frontier House was the best TV show of 2002, writes Aaron Barnhart, TV critic for the Kansas City Star and publisher of Frontline's "Requiem for Frank Lee Smith" and P.O.V.'s "Mai's America" were also on his top 10 list.
A producer for Maryland Public TV tests television's "high threshold for shit" in local arts programming, reports the Baltimore City Paper.
NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin reviews some listener gripes in his latest column., a site that includes work by independent public radio producers, has changed its name and address to
Community radio pioneer Lorenzo Milam shares memories of partner-in-crime Jeremy Lansman in honor of Lansman's 60th birthday.