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  • Simeone deserved better from NPR

    Why do I feel that opera talk show host Lisa Simeone is the sacrificial lamb after being fired for supporting Occupy Wall Street in her private life? ("Lisa Simeone confirms her firing from public radio's 'Soundprint' show," Oct. 21). Putting aside the...
  • Norquist's 'beast' thrives

    Norquist's 'beast' thrives
    For the last 20 years, the charming Grover Norquist has been perhaps the most successful of American political entrepreneurs, having used a letterhead and small office to secure "no tax" pledges from a near-majority of Congress members and myriads of...
  • Winter D. Horton Jr. dies at 80; co-founder of L.A. public television station KCET

    Winter D. Horton Jr. dies at 80; co-founder of L.A. public television station KCET
    Winter D. Horton Jr., a broadcasting pioneer who co-founded KCET in Los Angeles, helped shape the nation's public television programming in the 1960s and later was appointed to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Board of Directors, died of...
  • NPR, like Obama's White House, has concerns about Fox News and its Mara Liasson appearing there

     
    Politico reports the radio network asks Mara Liasson to reconsider her participation on the cable news channel's panel discussions. She will continue....
  • KPCC opens up new $24.5-million studios in Pasadena

     
    KPCC, the radio station in Pasadena that carries NPR programs to Southern California, celebrated the grand opening its new $24.5-million studios Saturday. The grand opening represents a major expansion for the station, which is moving out of its cramped,...
  • Corporation for Public Broadcasting to fund Central Florida journalism

     
    Coming soon from public broadcasting: Local Journalism Centers, including one in Central Florida. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting unveiled the plan this morning to bolster local reporting around the country. The centers will feature teams of...
  • Public broadcasting seeks experienced journalists for Central Florida project

     
    Coming soon from public broadcasting: Local Journalism Centers, including one based in Tampa to cover health-care issues in Central Florida. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting unveiled the plan this morning to bolster local reporting around the...
  • Supreme Court on `blanket' primaries: `In no area is the political association's right to exclude more important than in its candidate-selection process.'

     
    Highlights from the U.S. Supreme Court's June, 2000 ruling in California Democratic Party v. Jones (Secretary of State, California): In 1996, Proposition 198 changed the State's partisan primary from a closed primary, in which only a political party's...
  • As Obamas host Broadway stars, Culture Monster commenters invoke Nero and Marie Antoinette

     
    President Obama and wife Michelle are set to host an evening of Broadway performers in the East Room, to be taped for an October broadcast in the PBS "In Performance at the White House" series, and streamed live at whitehouse.gov......
  • No tote bag for President Bush

    NEW YORK -- Public broadcasting officials vowed Monday to fight drastic cuts President Bush is seeking to make to federal financing for public television and radio, warning that the reductions would seriously impair station operations. Bush's proposed...