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Trump reportedly planning to kill National Endowment for the Arts, privatize PBS and NPR

Tomorrow marks the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency. If new reports are accurate, it could also mark the beginning of the end of federally funded arts programs. 435 more words

News

Public Service Television in the Western Balkans: A Mission Impossible

December 8, 2016/ By LSE

Recent years have brought about new challenges to media landscapes across Europe. Pressures from commercial broadcasters and declining audiences have been compounded by political and financial pressures that have led to questions about the very existence, role and purpose of public service broadcasting. 1,152 more words

Europe

Rebirth: The Mississippi's National Park

“Rebirth: The Mississippi’s National Park,” tells the story of the creation of a national park called the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area. The film is a collaboration between Afton Films, Twin Cities Public Television and Friends of the Mississippi River. 25 more words

Films

Holiday Wine Gifts Your Friends Will LOVE

You know the most wonderful time of the year is upon us when the shopping malls put up their decorations, the red and green packages of coffee appear on the shelves at your neighborhood Starbucks, and holiday catalogs start arriving in the mail. 353 more words

Wine Buzz

And Sometimes You're in the Game with Both Feet...

…running with the wind at your back and the road ahead is straight and long, at least for the moment!

You may remember last week’s post when I shamefully shared that I had just not managed to get my… 433 more words

Be My Neighbor Sew Along

Interviewing Award-Winning Journalist Maria Hinojosa

I had the opportunity to interview award-winning journalist, Maria Hinojosa about the newest episode of the PBS series America By The Numbers with Maria Hinojosa… 46 more words

Writing

Pulling the Plug: The Case Against Public Broadcasting

by Bryce Cornatzer

The political nature of our subject is such that, upon completing this essay, a portion of readers will want to burn my home, while an equal portion will hope that I, one-day, run for public office. 1,690 more words

Op-Ed