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7 minutes | Jul 5, 2018
PMD #32: Michigan Radio's 70th birthday!
Welcome to the weekend and Episode #32 of Public Media Daily, now in your podcast feed. Highlights from Thursday, July 5th include just two things...01) 91.5 KUSU-FM Logan introduces a new program on science and bringing scientists together to talk about science and life.02) Michigan Radio's 70th birthday!Please subscribe to this pod wherever you find it just by searching "Public Media Daily" and leave us a rating and a review as well. Your feedback is vital to this podcast and how it sound and how it works. You can go enjoy your weekend now.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans for more news and content.
4 minutes | Jul 4, 2018
PMD #31: WDET now reads part of the U.S. Constitution.
It's the 4th of July edition of Public Media Daily, Episode #31. Not much happened during the holiday but some highlights from Wednesday, the 4th of July, 2018 include...1) 101.9 WDET Detroit is trying to start an NPR-inspired tradition by reading the Preamble and the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution.2) 90.5 KUT Austin listeners get to decide which program will take over the Saturday 2:00 p.m. timeslot to replace Marketplace Weekend, which has ended production.3) WBAA West Lafayette's AM 920 translator on the FM dial (105.9 W290CM) has been having some problems since Tuesday.Please subscribe to our podcast wherever you get your shows and leave us a rating and a review. Your feedback is much appreciated and we hope you enjoyed the 4th of July, even if you're not from here.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans for more news and content.NPR's voices reading the Declaration of Independence: https://www.npr.org/2018/07/04/623836154/a-july-4-tradition-npr-reads-the-declaration-of-independenceWDET's voices reading the Preamble and the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution: https://wdet.org/posts/2017/07/04/85435-this-july-4th-know-your-bill-of-rights-a-wdet-primer/#.Wzy6wueLjpc.twitter
6 minutes | Jul 3, 2018
PMD #30: Happy 4th of July!
It took forever but its now Episode #30 of Public Media Daily in your podcast feed. Highlights from Tuesday, July 3rd include...01) 94.9 KUOW Seattle and NPR are working on donations made by listeners tuning in through Amazon Alexa-enabled devices.02) Two retirements... Radio Kansas' music director Mark Simmons and WKNO's chief engineer Russ Abernathy.03) Two tower maintenances... WGVK-TV 52 Kalamazoo and 90.7 WMFE Orlando. Both were brief.04) NPR will continue its 30-year tradition by reading the Declaration of Independence during Morning Edition later today. Happy 4th of July! Its the USA's 242nd birthday.Programming note: PBS' annual A Capitol Fourth special hosted by John Stamos is at 8:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CT and then seen again at 9:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 p.m. CT on most PBS stations.Leave us a rating and a review as feedback is vital. Let us know how we're doing and what we can do to improve this podcast. Please subscribe to this pod wherever you listen to your programs for past episodes and future updates. Listen in including the new Google Podcasts as well as TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts and pretty much everywhere else.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans for more news and content.
16 minutes | Jul 2, 2018
PMD #29: We're back... AGAIN!
After a long period away, we're back! This is Episode #29 of Public Media Daily, now available on your podcast feed for the first time in weeks. Highlights from Friday, June 29th-Monday, July 2nd include...01) Texas Standard had Current's Dru Sefton on about the struggles PBS is having in Texas.02) KBYU is no longer a PBS affiliate. KUED is Utah's ONLY PBS affiliate now.03) 91.5 WUNC Chapel Hill adds The New Yorker Radio Hour and the How I Built This/Planet Money combo to its Sunday schedule.04) Nashville Public Radio adds 1A, another hour of Morning Edition and the BBC Newshour to its schedules.05) KTWU 11 Topeka decides to launch World on channel 11.2 to replace MHz Worldview.06) Capital Public Radio expands the Sunday overnight simulcast of the BBC World Service and moves Reveal on Sundays too.07) 90.7 WFAE Charlotte adds 1A and The Daily to its weekday schedule. Plus, the overnight BBC World Service simulcast got expanded too.08) Technical problems include 91.7 KOSU Stillwater - Oklahoma City getting hit by lightning in its antenna on Friday, two of WVTF Roanoke's Music stations suffering power outages and WVIA-TV 44 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton suffering quick problems on Monday afternoon.09) 103.3 KWBU-FM Waco turned 18 on July 1st. It signed on-the-air July 1st, 2000.10) Everything that you also missed since the last time we did the last episode in a brand new segment called "What You Missed."Please subscribe wherever you listen to your favorite shows and leave us a rating and a review as well. Also, let us know what we're doing great and what we can do to improve on.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans for more news and content.
6 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
PMD #28: Bill Littlefield is retiring.
We go Episode #28 of Public Media Daily inserted into your podcast feed. Check it out as we have the latest public media news inserted into here. Highlights from Thursday, June 7th include...1) Bill Littlefield is retiring after 35 years in public radio and 25 years hosting NPR and 90.9 WBUR Boston's Only A Game.2) KLRU 18 Austin is scheduled to move into its new building in 2020 and will be shared with the Austin Community College District.3) All of Northwest Public Broadcasting (NWPB)'s radio stations are scheduled to go off-the-air for at least two hours Saturday for maintenance.4) Former NPR reporter and editor John McChesney, who co-created the national desk, has passed away Tuesday at 78 from complications of leukemia.5) KTWU 11 Topeka will add World to its subchannel lineup in July.6) Reading Rainbow is 35 years old. The legendary PBS Kids program made its debut on June 6th, 1983. It went on to run until 2006, a 23 year run.Subscribe to this podcast, wherever you can find this episode (and there are plenty of platforms to subscribe on) and leave us a rating and a review before you head off into the weekend. Note, we'll be back on Tuesday and not on Monday due to personal commitments.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans for more news and content.Reading Rainbow theme is courtesy of Reading Rainbow and WNED-TV 17 Buffalo with YouTube audio from user fraust076.
3 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
PMD #27: The shortest episode ever.
A very short episode of Public Media Daily for you today, Episode #27, for your Thursday morning.Highlights from Wednesday, June 6th include a new report from The Pew Research Center indicating the state of public media on various factors including investments into newsrooms, economics and audience figures. That report can be found on our twitter page @PubMediaFans with a link detailing more information. Also, 89.3 WFPL Louisville will launch a new podcast next week that's similar to a podcast that 90.1 KUER Salt Lake City is doing.This is probably the shortest episode we've every done but hopefully more news will come out for tomorrow's program. Subscribe wherever you can find this podcast or hear our host's voice. Also, leave us a rating and a review to help us grow and make this show better.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
6 minutes | Jun 5, 2018
PMD #26: KPCC's longtime president and CEO is stepping down.
We now have Episode #26 of Public Media Daily for you on your feeds. Highlights from Tuesday, June 5th include...1) After a 19 year run leading 89.3 KPCC Pasadena - Los Angeles, Bill Davis has decided to step down as President and CEO in December 2019. He has turned KPCC around into become the most-listened-to NPR News outlet in Southern California.2) WGVK-TV 52 Kalamazoo, WGVU Grand Rapids' satellite station, is doing some maintenance for an hour later this morning.Yep. The episode is that short. Find us wherever you get your shows and leave us a rating and a review. Also, subscribe to get more episodes in the future or to just catch up on past episodes that you may have missed.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
6 minutes | Jun 4, 2018
PMD #25: WAMU's schedule changes, WVXU using a local brewery for Triple-A music on HD2, tour the WCNY studios and Robert Siegel is back for this week.
Episode #25 of Public Media Daily from Public Media Fans is now available on your podcast feeds. Highlights from Monday, June 4th include...1) A slew of programming changes at 88.5 WAMU Washington, D.C. starting June 25th. The changes mainly affect weekends with one change on weekdays. Listen in for more details.2) 91.7 WVXU Cincinnati is changing up the source on its HD2 subchannel, playing Triple-A Music, from XPoNential Radio to a local Cincinnati brewery.3) If you're in the Syracuse area, listen in for details on how to tour WCNY's television and radio studios.4) Robert Siegel is back but for only this week, guest hosting On Point starting today and for the rest of this week.If you like what you hear, let us know! Leave us a rating and a review and also subscribe to our podcast today wherever you can hear us.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
11 minutes | Jun 3, 2018
PMD #24: We're back!
We're back after a long break! This is Episode #24 of Public Media Daily and we're glad that your patient enough to stick around. We took some time off and upgraded our equipment to sound better than before. Highlights from Friday-Sunday, June 1st-3rd, include...1) 90.7 WMFE Orlando delivering another successful "silent drive," its fourth victory in a row.2) NPR is shutting down five news blogs, "The Two-Way," "All Tech Considered," "Parallels," "NPR Ed" and NPR Music's "The Record."3) Revenue is growing inside public media but the smaller stations aren't receiving it, leaving it just for the larger and midsize stations, according to CPB's latest "State of the System" report.4) WKAR East Lansing has just changed its frequencies in the Spectrum Repack, the first public television station in the United States to do so.5) 88.7 WBFO Buffalo wins 11 awards (9 first place and 2 second place) from the New York State Associated Press Association, including "Outstanding News Operation" for the fifth straight year in a row.6) St. Louis Public Radio (90.7 KWMU) turned 46 over the weekend. Over the years, its increased listenership and now broadcasts on an additional two stations (90.3 WQUB and 88.5 KMST).7) We now have a new intro and a closer for the podcast! If you're wondering, it begins with an old PBS ident theme, followed by American Public Television (APT), the legendary and now retired Robert Siegel saying "This is NPR," the Public Radio International (PRI) jingle, the American BBC World Service theme to introduce American Public Media (APM) and the former jingle to PRX (Public Radio Exchange). It concludes with yours truly saying the podcast's name.Its good to be back and if you like what you heard, then subscribe to the podcast wherever you can find us, including: Messy FM, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Player FM, Podcast Addict, RadioPublic, Pocket Casts, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Castbox, Overcast, Short Orange and Podchaser plus everywhere else we could be. Also, leave us a rating and a review and is well appreciated if you do.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
9 minutes | May 17, 2018
PMD #23: More public radio ratings and WCVE will celebrate the launch of WCVE News and WCVE Music.
Episode #23 of Public Media Daily is here. Before you get lost because its the weekend, highlights from Thursday May 17th include...01) Day 4 and the final day of April 2018 public radio ratings. Today, we look at Austin, Raleigh, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Nashville, Providence, Jacksonville, Greensboro, West Palm Beach, Memphis and Hartford.02) WEIU-TV 51 Charleston, Ill. suffered a technical problem yesterday. As of this episode, its still off-the-air.03) WSKG-TV 46 Binghamton turned 50 last weekend and will throw a party in just a couple of weeks to celebrate it.04) WCVE Richmond is throwing a big party to celebrate the upcoming launch of "WCVE News" (88.9 WCVE, 89.1 WCNV and 90.1 WMVE) and "WCVE Music" (93.1 WWLB and 107.3 WBBT). Robert Siegel will be there emceeing the event so you know it will be good.Before you ooze off for the weekend, a couple of things. No podcast on Monday and we may be back on Tuesday but for sure we'll return on Wednesday. Before then, please subscribe for more episodes wherever you listen (including on Google Play Music now) and leave a rating and a review.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit our website at PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
11 minutes | May 16, 2018
PMD #22: Marketplace Weekend is ending, more public radio ratings and Clifford The Big Red Dog is making a return.
This is Episode #22 of Public Media Daily and highlights from Wednesday, May 16th include...01) WKAR East Lansing receives 12 regional Michigan Emmy nominations.02) Marketplace has announced the end of Marketplace Weekend, hosted by Lizzie O'Leary.03) Vermont Public Radio (VPR) is upgrading its audio equipment over the weekend so they'll be in automation.04) Day 3 of public radio ratings. Today... Portland, Charlotte, San Antonio, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City and Columbus.04) WSHU opens up a brand new three-story, 21,000 square foot broadcast center facility in Fairfield.05) Clifford The Big Red Dog is returning to PBS Kids in Fall 2019. It will also air on Amazon Prime.06) 1430 WPLN Nashville is off-the-air thanks to damage from its transmitter tower.07) TV 7 and 90.3 FM - KMNE Bassett, Neb. from NET Nebraska was off-the-air for a while yesterday but came back on-the-air within two hours.08) 90.5 KUT Austin is (currently) off-the-air. No word as to why that's the case.09) 93.5 KRTS Marfa, Tex. went off-the-air twice yesterday because of tower maintenance and weather. It came back on-the-air on both occasions.Subscribe to this podcast wherever you can, including our newest podcast platform, Google Play Music! Subscribe for free and leave us a rating and a review. Feedback is very much appreciated. So we're now available on both Apple and Google's respective podcast platforms.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit our website at PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
8 minutes | May 15, 2018
PMD #21: Public radio awards and ratings and NPR Politics is going to Charlotte.
This is Episode #21 of Public Media Daily on your podcast feed and highlights from Tuesday, May 15th include...01) 90.9 WBUR Boston, Montana Public Radio and 89.7 WUWM Milwaukee won 2018 Associated Press Media Editors awards.02) Janae Pierre is moving from hosting A.T.C. for 89.9 WWNO New Orleans to doing the same thing for 90.3 WBHM Birmingham starting June 18th.03) Day 2 of Public Radio ratings. This time, from D.C., Boston, Miami, Seattle, Detroit, Phoenix, MSP, San Diego, Denver, Tampa, Baltimore and St. Louis.04) 91.3 WUKY Lexington becomes the next to carry "The Daily" from NYT and APM. It starts next week.05) NPR Politics is heading to Charlotte for a live event on June 1st focusing on the 2018 Midterm Elections.Please subscribe on your favorite podcast player and leave a rating and a review as well. Where is this podcast located? Find us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more details.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
11 minutes | May 14, 2018
PMD #20: NPR staffers want transparency on two key issues and public radio ratings.
This is Episode #20 of Public Media Daily and higlights of this episode, from Monday, May 14th, include...1) A detailed report from Current about transparency for pay equity and sexual harassment trainings that NPR staffers are asking for so badly.2) KDLG Dillingham, Alaska has just added a new radio station to expand its reach.3) 91.5 KIOS Omaha is renovating its studios, mainly its spaces and outside its on-air studio.4) Public radio ratings! Day 1, covering N.Y.C, L.A., Chicago, San Francisco, DFW, Houston, Atlanta, Philly, San Bernardino, San Jose and Northern New Jersey.5) One of Capital Public Radio's stations will experience outages later today because of tower maintenance for 90 minutes.If you enjoy this podcast, then please subscribe wherever you can find us and leave us a rating and a review to help this podcast grow more. We appreciate all ratings and reviews delivered so far about this podcast.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit our website at PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
4 minutes | May 13, 2018
PMD #19: KTCA/KTCI CEO Jim Pagliarini is retiring and technical problems from KGOU and WFSU.
Episode #19 of Public Media Daily is now available. Highlights from the weekend, Friday-Sunday, May 11th-13th includes...01) Twin Cities PBS (KTCA/KTCI) CEO Jim Pagliarini has decided to retire after 21 years at the helm. He'll stay until a successor is named.02) Technical problems include two of 106.3 KGOU Norman - Oklahoma City's Ada, Okla. transmitters not working on Friday and WFSU-TV 11 Tallahassee getting kicked off-the-air for over-the-air viewers yesterday.Yep, today's episode is that short. Subscribe wherever you can listen and leave a rating and review. Its probably the shortest episode we've ever done so far.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
26 minutes | May 10, 2018
PMD #18: Amanpour and Company, Royal Wedding Watch, KGOU's new info metadata system and WBEZ's big schedule shakeup.
Episode #18 of Public Media Daily from this shortened week. Due to personal commitments, there was no episode on Wednesday or Thursday. But we're catching up with highlights from Tuesday-Thursday, May 8th-10th including...01) Amanpour is sticking around on PBS with a new hour-long late-night program called "Amanpour and Company." NPR's Michel Martin and PBS Newshour's Hari Sreenivasan will be among the contributors.02) Royal Wedding Watch, a five-part event on the upcoming Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The series and the wedding will be aired on PBS.03) A Congressman from South Texas is trying to get PBS to restore public TV programming in Texas' Rio Grande Valley.04) Stations are worried about changes to NPR's Morning Edition clock.05) All NPR podcasts are now available on Spotify, including Up First, How I Built This, Planet Money and Hidden Brain.06) 106.3 KGOU Norman - O.K.C. has a new information metadata system to alert listeners of severe weather and emergency information to multiple platforms, including mobile phones, HD Radios, "connected car" devices and online apps.07) 91.5 WBEZ Chicago is shaking up its weekday and weekend schedules and is to begin Monday. Tune in for all the details.08) 89.1 WUFT Gainesville now carries "The Daily" from The New York Times and American Public Media.09) Wisconsin Public Television (WHLA-TV 31) and Radio (90.3 WHLA and 88.9 WLSU) is doing tower maintenance in the La Crosse area that will affect service for weeks, even months.10) All three of 89.3 WQED-FM Pittsburgh's online streams was down, including its two online exclusive ones. They're all back up and working now.Subscribe now wherever you can listen. We're available on most podcast platforms. Also leave a rating and a review to send in feedback and help us expand. We hope to be back on Monday with a week full of new episodes.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans and at PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
6 minutes | May 7, 2018
PMD #17: An STLPR evening host passes away and Amy Walter will also host The Takeaway.
This is Episode #17 of Public Media Daily. Highlights from Monday, May 7th include...1) WYIN 56 (Gary, Ind. - Chicago), known as Lakeshore PBS, lost power at its offices.2) Advanced tower maintenance coming to 91.3 WLTR (Columbia, S.C.), one of South Carolina Public Radio's "News and Music" stations.3) 90.7 KWMU (St. Louis Public Radio)'s longtime evening host Gerry Rohde passed away unexpectedly yesterday. He was only 55.4) Amy Walter will also host The Takeaway, mainly on Fridays and become the inaugural host of "Takeaway Fridays," an hour-long Takeaway franchise show focusing on policy issues. Tanzina Vega will only host Mondays-Thursdays.5) Georgia Public Broadcasting is experiencing audio and video issues at its TV stations.Subscribe wherever you can listen and leave us a rating and a review. Again, if you want to submit any tips to us, then click on the "Contact Us/Submit Tips" tab at PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com and also check out the site too for more news and content.For even more news and content, then follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans
11 minutes | May 6, 2018
PMD #16: Two KJZZ executives are suspended, WABE's Denis O'Hayer is retiring, WLVT will soon air a new newscast and Tanzina Vega's debut on The Takeaway.
Episode #16 of Public Media Daily is now here and we're ready to start the week off right. Highlights from the weekend of Friday-Sunday, May 4th-6th include...1) Two 91.5 KJZZ Phoenix executives are suspended on paid leave due to "anonymous allegations" against them.2) KBDI 12 Broomfield - Denver (CPT12: Colorado Public Television) is upgrading its studios to HD.3) 90.1 WABE Atlanta's Denis O'Hayer is retiring after nine years at WABE and 42 years in Atlanta broadcasting.4) WLVT 39 Allentown - Bethlehem, Penn. is hiring journalists for its new nightly newscast, "Reporter Corps."5) WKAR continued its transmitter work for the upcoming F.C.C. Spectrum Repack.6) Alabama Public Radio (APR) was the recipient of the national Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for radio in honor of their multi-part series "Help Wanted: Alabama's Rural Health Care Crisis."7) Technical problems include KLRU 18 Austin and its subs going off-air for a while on Friday and 88.9 KLDN Lufkin - Nacogdoches (RRR: Red River Radio) currently broadcasting on low-power.8) Later today, Tanzina Vega's debut as permanent host on The Takeaway from PRI and WNYC.Subscribe wherever you can listen including RadioPublic, TuneIn, Apple Podcasts, Messy Bun and Stitcher. Leave us a rating and a review as well. 89.7 WUSF Tampa's All Things Considered host Lisa Peaks' interview with Tanzina Vega can be found at wusfnews.wusf.usf.edu (an almost 4-minute interview in full)Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit us at PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
10 minutes | May 4, 2018
PMD #15: NPR/WNYC/WBEZ/TAL acquire Pocket Casts, WPLN's AP awards, a new news director for KUER and ATC's 47th birthday.
Episode #15 and the final Public Media Daily for this week. Its now on your podcast feed so before you enjoy your weekend, highlights from Thursday, May 3rd include...1) NPR, WNYC Studios, 91.5 WBEZ Chicago and This American Life team up to buy the popular podcast app, Pocket Casts.2) 90.3 WPLN-FM Nashville wins 21 Tennessee Associated Press awards.3) 90.1 KUER-FM Salt Lake City has a new news director, Andrew Becker. Julia Ritchey will remain as Managing Editor.4) PBS has announced the hosts, stars and performers for this year's National Memorial Day Concert.5) South Carolina Public Radio has now added Reveal (CIR and PRX) on its "News" stations.6) 89.3 KCCU Lawton had problems but Lawton never lost NPR thanks to a low-power translator.7) NPR's All Things Considered turned 47 yesterday!Subscribe wherever you can find us including Apple Podcasts, The Short Orange, Podcast Addict, RadioPublic, iHeartRadio or everywhere else you prefer to listen. Leave us a rating and a review as well.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
4 minutes | May 2, 2018
PMD #14: Public TV's new interconnection system, KRWG gets awards, SCPR is the best in Charleston and WMKY is down.
This is Episode #14 of Public Media Daily, now available and ready for you to listen. If you don't catch up on public media, then thats okay. This is the podcast where you'll hear the latest news from inside the world of public media. Highlights from Wednesday, May 2nd include...1) Public Television will soon have a new interconnection system that'll probably provide programs between stations much cheaper. New Mexico PBS and KSPS-TV 7 Spokane are the test stations.2) KRWG-TV/FM Las Cruces, N.M. wins two-first place awards from the Society of Professional Journalists' Colorado chapter.3) South Carolina Public Radio is the best in Charleston, voted by readers of the Charleston City Paper.4) 90.3 WKMY Morehead, Ky. experienced problems yesterday and is not back until later today. Its webstream was down too so NO access to WMKY whatsoever.We're now on iHeartRadio too! The two biggest radio apps are TuneIn and iHeartRadio and this podcast is now on both! Subscribe there or on RadioPublic, Apple Podcasts, Player FM, Stitcher, Messy Bun or wherever else you prefer to listen to. Leave a rating and a review to help us grow.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans or visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
9 minutes | May 1, 2018
PMD #13: WGVU's G.M. is retiring and 14 stations receive CPB grants for a special veterans series project.
Episode #13 of Public Media Daily is now on your podcast feed. Highlights from Tuesday, May 1st (our first birthday) include...1) U.K.-based PBS America has moved on Sky from Channel 534 to Channel 160.2) WGVU General Manager Michael Walenta is retiring after 30 years with the PBS/NPR member stations for West Michigan.3) 14 stations have received a CPB grant to cover a special series on veterans coming home and transitioning to normality. Listen to find out which stations received the grant.4) Rachel Estabrook is the new News Director of Colorado Public Radio's news division.5) New Mexico PBS celebrated 60 yesterday. It now has two stations... KNME-TV 5 and KNMD-TV 9 Albuquerque.Subscribe on RadioPublic, TuneIn, Stitcher, Podcast Addict or wherever you listen. Programming notes: Terry Gross interviewed Michelle Wolf about this year's White House Correspondents Dinner (available on podcast platforms now) and Diane Rehm will interview Judy Woodruff this Friday for Diane's "On My Mind" podcast.Follow us on Twitter @PubMediaFans and visit PublicMediaFans.wordpress.com for more news and content.
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