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Public Radio Is Moving Into The ‘Urban Alternative’ Format

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is giving a total of $1.3 million to public stations in Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and Jackson, Mississippi to develop digital services offering “hip-hop/R&B music while remaining true to public radio’s values.” Similar channels are in place in Chicago, Denver, Houston, and Norfolk. – Inside Radio
Tags: Art, Media, Jackson Mississippi, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Milwaukee Minneapolis, Chicago Denver Houston


Corporation For Public Broadcasting Should Be Overhauled To Focus On The Internet: Study

The German Marshall Fund has issued a policy paper arguing that the CPB, which currently channels federal money to local public TV and radio stations, should be revamped to include various online platforms and content, with a particular focus on local institutions. – Axios
Tags: Art, Media, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CPB, Marshall Fund


Touting It Up: Public Radio’s Diversity Audit

Public radio has a problem. In 2019, NPR’s newsroom was more than 70 percent white. The same year, 83 percent of the voices heard on its national shows were white, too. According to the most recent State of the System report by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, in 2018, just 23 percent of people working at member stations identified as people of color. That’s almost a full percentage point decrease from the previous year. – Columbia Journalism Review
Tags: Art, Media, Npr, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 11.09.20, Public Radio 's Diversity Audit


Federal Stimulus Bill Includes $75 Million To Stabilize Public Radio And TV

“The bill includes $75 million for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting ‘to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, including for fiscal stabilization grants to public telecommunications entities,’ the bill says. [It] directs CPB to use the funds to help ‘maintain programming and services and preserve small and rural stations threatened by declines in non-Federal revenues.'” – Current
Tags: Art, Media, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CPB, 03.26.20, Stabilize Public Radio And TV


Congress's Budget Deal Includes Increases (!) For NEA, NEH

Mind you, they're not big increases - $2 million (1.33%) each for the NEA and NEH, and flat funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. But this is a change from the Trump administration's proposal to eliminate the agencies entirely. "Like many of Trump's planned initiatives for his first 100 days in office, however, this […]
Tags: Art, Congress, Issues, Nea, Neh, Trump, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, NEA NEH, 05.01.17


State Of Maryland Might Replace Trump Cuts To Its PBS Funding

"What that means is that if President Donald Trump’s controversial call to zero out funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting were to take effect, Maryland would be giving MPT $3 million to replace it – the sum that MPT is scheduled to receive from the federal government through the CPB. The commitment appears to […]
Tags: Art, Media, Maryland, Donald Trump, MPT, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CPB, 04.09.17


Trump's Budget Cuts Will Badly Damage Public Broadcasting As A Whole, But Not So Much NPR And PBS

"In other words, defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcasting would mean hurting the local TV and radio stations that a whole lot of Republican voters watch and listen to."
Tags: Art, Media, Npr, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 03.15.17


Kill The Corporation For Public Broadcasting? Big Stations Will Do Fine. It's The Small Rural Stations That Will Be Hit

“So for KPCC, our CPB grant comes to about 5 percent of our overall operating budget. For stations in Alaska, for stations in a number of rural states, it’s as high as 40 percent. So there’s a real disparity in the impact that would have between rural and urban stations, and I think from a public policy perspective, that’s a concern.”
Tags: Art, Media, Alaska, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, KPCC, 02.07.17


Top Posts From AJBlogs 01.23.17

Trump’s biggest first threat to the arts: Ending net neutrality Terrible as it will be for the Trump administration to kill the National Endowments of the Arts and Humanities, gutting net neutrality seems to me an even more damaging attack on the arts, independent and upstart media and America’s commons. ... read more AJBlog: Jazz Beyond Jazz Published 2017-01-23 Never-Ending Battle: Mobilizing (once again) to Save the National Endowments for the Arts & Humanities With President Trump‘s transiti...
Tags: Art, White House, America, United States, Nea, Neh, Ajblogs, Trump, Corporation for Public Broadcasting


Trump's budget eliminates Arts and Humanities Endowments, privatizes public broadcasting

Conservatives often threaten to cut funding for public arts, humanities, and broadcasting, but will Trump actually do it? White House staffers who have seen Trump's proposal say he doesn't like the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, or the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, so he plans to eliminate all three as federal programs. (more…)
Tags: Art, Post, Taxes, News, Government, White House, Trump, Corporation for Public Broadcasting


Lines and Colors is on strike today, January 20, 2017

There will be no new posts today on Lines and Colors about art or artists, no lovely images of art to inspire or amuse you. This is perhaps a portent of things to come, but today it’s just a protest. Lines and Colors is on strike today in support of the J20 Art Strike, calling for arts organizations and institutions to not do business as usual as a symbolic act of resistance to the looming shift in government power, and the potentially disastrous effect it will have on the arts, humanities and ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Comics, US, Illustration, Gallery And Museum Art, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Corporation for Public Broadcasting



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