Sep 23, 2004

Tuesday's Diane Rehm Show celebrated the host's 25th year on the air.
The San Antonio Current profiles Joe Gwathmey, a founder of NPR and manager of KPAC/KSTX. "I've always had a populist streak," he says.
Longtime backers of Rhode Island's WRNI-FM are considering ways to keep the station public, reports the Providence Journal. The Journal also reports that WRNI's deficits topped $9 million in its first five years. And the Boston Phoenix calls on WBUR to be more open about its finances. The Phoenix's Dan Kennedy asks a few more questions on his blog.
When Bill O'Reilly gets it right, it means the news about the news could well get worse.