Oct 7, 2003

Public TV execs and viewers respond to an anti-PBS op-ed that ran in several newspapers: the Salem Statesman Journal, the St. Petersburg Times and the Minneapolis Star Tribune (registration required).
The secret operations of a New York City agency obscure the likely sale of city TV and radio stations WNYE, reports the New York Times.
Talking with, Washington Post magazine critic Peter Carlson reveals a perk of his job is getting the New Yorker delivered to his door. "I thought I was really hot shit until early one Sunday morning he delivered the wrong copy to me, and it was addressed to Noah Adams of NPR," Carlson says. "I mean, Noah Adams is a fine human being, but we're not talking about Henry Kissinger here." (Via Romenesko.)