Jan 9, 2004

The Association of Independents in Radio Member Spotlight features sound artist and producer Aaron Ximm, Monday, Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. ET.
Elizabeth Campbell, founder of Washington's WETA-FM/TV, died today of a respiratory ailment, reported. She was 101. In a 1993 Current interview she pictured herself as a do-er who "didn't have time for doubts." More about Campbell can be found at WETA's website.
Minnesota Public Radio will stop producing The Savvy Traveler March 26, according to the network. The show was unable to sell enough underwriting to support itself due to the travel industry's post-9/11 downturn. Its spotty presence in major markets also weakened its appeal to potential backers. Savvy Traveler airs on 163 stations. [Show website.]
CPB and Target Analysis Group have released the second installment of the Public Radio Quarterly Index of Fundraising Performance.