Nov 14, 2003

Public radio managers in Iowa are disputing a Board of Regents suggestion that their stations be replaced with a statewide network, reports the Associated Press.
What you don't know about Nightly Business Report's Susie Gharib.
"Wandering and wandering, lost in the desert, alluding to Vietnam and cryptic codes as well as to the bones of Butch Cassidy, 'Coyote Waits' struggles to give flavorless love stories emphasis with lazy ranchero chords," writes a New York Times reviewer. "Neither the murder nor the western expanse nor the intimations of mortality quicken the imagination."
"Public radio is riding high," writes devoted fan William Powers in the National Journal. "These days, my most powerful media experiences, the stuff I can't forget, are public radio experiences."