A community group formed to bring TV to the rural area says it decided to stop relying only on Orr property tax assessments to function. It has previously also gotten support from neighboring Leiding, Minn., which stopped contributing in 2012. Read more →
The enemy of the American people is censorship, regardless of where the intimidation of an independent media originates. Read more →
Last November’s massive data breach at Target Corporation certainly affected more than just Target. It’s also done a number on charitable giving.
The public broadcasting newspaper, Current, reports today that pubcasters, who rely on ‘sustainers,’ automatic renewals by credit card, have been hit particularly hard by the data theft, as credit cards tied to the Target account were canceled by the millions.
Read more →
Unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes, you will not be hearing political advertisements on public radio or TV anytime soon.
Read more →
The little spat in Washington over NPR’s new headquarters has gotten plenty of attention after an article last week in the Washington Post. Conservatives have had a field day with the $201 million headquarters, using it to renew and old debate over whether public broadcasting should get any government assistance (this ignores the fact that Read more →