Persephone Miel: What Should PBS Do?

By Josh Wilson / April 13, 2009 / 0 Comments

[Interview conducted April 14, 2009. Miel died in 2010, and asked to be remembered through a reporting fellowship managed by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Your donations will support the fellowship’s growth.] Internews Network’s PERSEPHONE MIEL, a recent fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Center, brings some Internet-era vision for the idea of public media. Rather […]

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Ted Glasser: Imagining a National Endowment for Journalism

By Josh Wilson / March 17, 2009 / 1 Comment

Go big or go home! Stanford communication professor Ted Glasser brings a fifty-state strategy with his modest proposal for the creation of a National Endowment for Journalism.Glasser also weighs in on the FCC and its adequacy to the changing media moment, and the importance of developing journalism support structures that can serve basic civic needs, […]

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