OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano will provide weekly coverage of Orange County current affairs
NPR tapped a Miami-based marketing executive to lead its marketing department and promoted a strategy manager
Madeleine Brand joins KCET following her departure from KPCC after the failed on-air partnership with sportscaster A. Martînez
The radio station will expand the Brand & Martinez Show to two hours
"The Hunger Games" came in second, followed by "To Kill a Mockingbird"
KCRW is the first American radio station to create an app on the music-streaming program
Show will continue with old material as Tom and Ray Magliozzi drive into the sunset
Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Matt Damon and Eva Mendes all starred in Webby nominees
Geraldo Rivera says the article of clothing was as much to blame for Trayvon Martin's shooting as the actual shooter
Erin Chapin will step into her new role overseeing NPR's foreign desk in May
Mike Daisey's report on Apple for "This American Life" has been condemned due to inaccuracies, but Daisey stands by his "art"
Note to Mike Daisey: journalism must be relentlessly fact-based. Your fabricated reporting distracts from a serious subject
Kinsey Wilson promoted to the new role of executive vice president and chief content officer
The non-profit investigative outfit works with everyone from the New York Times to CNN
How to cope without everyone's favorite research tool
Technology, unveiled at CES, will enable motorists to tune in any of pubcaster's programs at any time
I heard from Walter Isaacson at least five times today and I’m actually not bored yet
Listen to his appeal to "end this experiment"
The new NPR chief says the organization has been "unfairly labeled"
Republican members want a report from the Committee for Public Broadcasting on how it can wean NPR off federal funds by 2014
"'Marketplace'" has a good formula because we are able to break things down in an understandable way, but we need some new energy doing that"
The business news franchise attracts more than 9 million listeners a week
Three months after leaving NPR in a scandal, former public radio chief will head up digital projects at NBC News
Public broadcaster latest media organization to file Freedom of Information Act request
Public radio executive talks about the James O'Keefe controversy at the International Women's Media Foundation
Bill passes along party line and would slash about 2 percent of radio programmer's funding
Cast spoke up on behalf of public broadcasting, arguing that Congress should not cut funding this week
Former VP candidate catches heat from arts-network exec for calling for the de-funding of the National Endowment For the Arts
Senior director Betsy Liley caught talking tax break on James O'Keefe's latest work
Conservatives say the publicly funded media company is overwrought with elitist coastal liberalism, but analysts say the channel's inoffensive to the point of being bland