Jan 7, 2004

A jazz host on WFPK-FM in Louisville, Ky., resigned rather than stifle her public criticism of the station's decision to reduce jazz programming, reports the Courier-Journal.
Alabama Public Radio averted canceling big-name national shows by raising $20,000 in an emergency fund drive, reports the Associated Press.
NPR presents the first public demonstration of its Tomorrow Radio project at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The digital technology will allow radio broadcasters to transmit two separate channels on one frequency.
Milwaukee Public Schools is negotiating a contract with local group Radio for Milwaukee to run its public radio station, WYMS-FM.