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    The President's Budget and PBS

    Neiman Labs talks about President Donald J. Trump's budget proposal, which would kill federal funding for PBS and NPR; and PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger responds to the news.?

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    Grover and The Very Bad Word

    Last Updated by Ricardo Sandoval-Palos on

    Social science offers an answer to the mystery of why many people think they heard Grover use foul language in a Sesame Street episode.

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    Can’t-Miss TV

    Last Updated by Ricardo Sandoval-Palos on

    Bill Moyers says PBS is dropping the ball in its coverage of the U.S. House of Representative’s impeachment inquiry into the conduct of President Donald Trump. But a close look shows the public broadcaster’s coverage – on free television, cable and the Internet – will actually be extensive.

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    The Deepest of Cuts

    Posted by Ricardo Sandoval-Palos on

    The loss of $1.1 million across the Alaska public broadcasting landscape makes the specter of similar political campaigns in other states all-too real.

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    Public Broadcasting?in the News

    Thinking Outside the Bubble

    NPR Public Editor Elizabeth Jensen reflects on audience concerns she's heard over the last 5 years as she wraps up her tenure there. One she heard consistently was the complaint that NPR's coverage focused "far too much on Washington, D.C., and the largest East and WEst Coast cities, and not nearly enough on the non-coastal rest of the country.

    Public Media Needs to Step Up Its Game in Leadership Training

    Public media must do more for its employees’ professional development, writes Deanna Martin Mackey in Current. Mackey is president and executive director of Public Television Major Market Group, a consortium of the nation’s 40 of the nation’s largest public TV stations by market size.

    News Deserts

    Do you live in a ‘news desert’? The University of North Carolina’s Hussman School of Journalism looks at the growing gaps in news coverage left by the closures of local newspapers around the country.

    ...more on 'News Deserts' and what PBS can do about them (older coverage)?

    Against the growing phenomena of news deserts in the United States – areas where local news outlets have failed or have been gutted by the loss of ad revenue – PBS is being called upon to act. One suggested remedy is overhauling the way the Corporation for Public Broadcasting issues grants for public affairs programming, from a Washington, DC -based metric to spending decided by local news producers.?...

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