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Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Nothing much this week – just a little public media pride.

I caught sight of this on a co-worker’s cubicle. Hey, I guess if you chose to work for public broadcasting you should be an ardent supporter, right?


Why Public Media Broadcasting is Still Important in our World

When I was incarcerated,  I loved listening to radio shows on National Public Radio (NPR) such as ‘Fresh Air’ and ‘All Things Considered.’ To be honest, I had never listed to NPR before I was incarcerated and had no idea the wide variety of shows that they aired across the country.   1,475 more words


An odd 'panel of experts' for media review

There’s a number of curious aspects to this story at NZ Herald: Campbell Live axing prompts review

A group of Kiwi movers and shakers will undertake a review of New Zealand public broadcasting in the wake of Campbell Live’s axing.

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Sesame Street Relocates

Can you tell me how to get, how to get to… well, if you are looking for Sesame Street, expect a detour in the near future as you follow Big Bird, Snuffy, Grover, Elmo, Bert, Ernie, and the rest of the pack as the classic children’s television show… 205 more words


The People's Broadcasting Corporation under the Duterte administration

(Excerpt from the State of the Nation Address. Credits: Presidential Communications)

One of the key points of President Rodrigo Duterte’s first State of the Nation Address (SONA) is the creation of a new public broadcasting company which shall adhere to, among other things, modern international standards, and a truly independent broadcasting network. 802 more words


Brexit and the BBC

Source: David Graham, “Was truth the casualty of the BBC’s impartiality rules?”, Open Democracy, July 2

I last wrote about this during the referendum campaign, before the British people voted to leave the EU. 841 more words

Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

If you’re a longtime viewer of UNC-TV, you’ve no doubt heard of Centerpiece, UNC-TV’s monthly programming guide. You may even have a subscription, which gives you insight into the many shows and numerous services UNC-TV has to offer. 70 more words