Feb 28, 2005

"My challenge is to develop a public radio sound that's different from NPR but compatible," says American Public Media's Jim Russell in a Minneapolis Star-Tribune interview.
A Washington, D.C., radio listener bemoans recent format changes, including WETA's: "[I]t seems like radio used to be so much better."
Independent producer Benjamen Walker discusses his show and podcasting with "Where do I see myself as having more of a future, the Internet or NPR? I'd pick the Internet, definitely." Also at Pitchfork, a profile of KCMP, Minnesota Public Radio's new eclectic station.