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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

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Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

When our Festival pledge drive ended in March, we all got parting gifts. Well, maybe that’s too flip but someone (I’m still not certain who the responsible party is) left pens as a reward for everyone’s contribution to our annual fundraiser. 36 more words

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Last day to contribute to the Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship

This post was written by Casey Davis, AAPB Project Manager at WGBH, for WGBH’s Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship crowdfunding campaign.

We need your help!

Today is the last day to make a financial contribution to the… 380 more words

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WNET's Neal Shapiro Laments the Loss of the Public Intellectual

Wearing trademark suspenders—today emblazoned with clocks—as well as roulette wheel cufflinks, Neal Shapiro has a fancy title, president of WNET, but not a commensurate office. He runs the nation’s most prominent public TV station from a modest desk in a bullpen. 927 more words

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Please consider supporting the Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship

This post was written by Casey Davis, AAPB Project Manager at WGBH, for WGBH’s Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship crowdfunding campaign.

We’re writing today to tell you about the AAPB Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship… 308 more words

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KCOS Auction: Red Bird of Paradise

I’m excited to announce that I will have a piece of art in the KCOS auction to benefit our local PBS station.  I’ve been a member of the El Paso Art Association for over a decade, and every year I got the call or letter, asking for art donations.   95 more words

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The Cult of Public Access Television - Your Daily Hour With Me

For well over six years, and over two-thousand consecutive episodes without a break, Olympia, Washington’s public access television world has been dominated – if not by sheer constancy alone – by… 445 more words

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