Archive for August, 2013

ESPN Drops Out of FRONTLINE Project on Concussions in NFL

ESPN Drops Out of FRONTLINE Project on Concussions in NFL

| August 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Just weeks from the national broadcast of a FRONTLINE program on PBS, ESPN has ended its association with the program – a two-part documentary about concussions in the NFL.

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NPR’s President Resigns

NPR’s President Resigns

| August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

WOSU listeners – I’m passing on the unfortunate news of the resignation of Gary Knell as President and CEO of NPR. Gary has been a dynamic leader for NPR, but is leaving after two years with the network. He will be missed. I wanted to share a portion of his letter to NPR stations today.

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PBS Press Tour a Big Hit!

PBS Press Tour a Big Hit!

| August 12, 2013 | 1 Comment

Perhaps one of the most under the radar TV stories of recent times is the success of PBS national programming to draw eyeballs on stations like WOSU across the country. PBS President Paula Kerger just completed the annual August press tour and I thought you might be interested a direct quotes from her presentation.

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Emergency Communications from an Old Standby – Radio!

Emergency Communications from an Old Standby – Radio!

| August 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

We’re midway through hurricane season, which reminded me of the reports out of the east coast after Hurricane Sandy last year. The ability to provide timely emergency information to our citizens has been tested mightily in recent years. The clear winner are the broadcast radio stations across America.  What about our smart phones you say?  [...]

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The Future of TV

The Future of TV

| August 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Charlie Rose recently had an interesting conversation with David Carr of the New York Times talking about the current and future state of television this week which aired on WOSU TV/PBS. It’s about 25 minutes worth watching to learn about what is coming next.

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