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News Organizations Request Transparency From Agencies
NAB
NAB
A coalition of news organizations have sent a letter to federal law enforcement agencies calling for greater transparency and timely, vital information about the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol Building and the possibility of further violence, including at the upcoming inauguration of President-elect More

Toolkit Launched to Provide Media With Best Messaging
National Association of Broadcasters
National Association of Broadcasters
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) and the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) have announced the launch of an online toolkit to help local journalists craft COVID-19 vaccine education messages that best resonate with their More

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AWMF Extends Deadline for 2021 Gracie Award Entries
The Gracies
The Gracies
The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) has announced that the deadline to submit entries for the 46th Annual Gracie Awards at the regular rate has been extended until January 21. AWMF is also offering a further extended deadline of January 28 at an additional cost. The More

KFI Launches New iHR Original Documentary on Kobe Bryant
Gianna and Kobe Bryant
Gianna and Kobe Bryant
KFI-AM/Los Angeles and correspondent Steve Gregory announced the launch of a new iHeartRadio Original News Documentary and Podcast, "The Death and Life of Kobe Bryant." The 2-hour documentary will air Sunday, January 24, from 4-6pm on KFI-AM and will be syndicated across iHeartMedia's 24/7 News radio More

So-Cal Public Radio Secures $500K Grant From CPB
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) has awarded Southern California Public Radio (SCPR) a two-year grant of $500,000 to advance the growth of LAist Studios, SCPR's podcast development and production division, and its mission of addressing the content needs of young and underserved audiences. More

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Dave Lee Announces Retirement From WCCO in Minneapolis
Dave Lee
Dave Lee
After 32 years at News/Talk WCCO/Minneapolis, Dave Lee announced his retirement on Friday morning, effective April 30. The award-winning morning news personality spent 32 years at WCCO. His talents also include play-by-play of football, basketball and baseball -- from the high school level, to college, to More

NPR Names Leora Hanser Chief Development Officer
Leora Hanser
Leora Hanser
After a national search, NPR President and CEO John Lansing has named Leora Hanser to lead NPR's Development team as Chief Development Officer. Most recently, she served in similar duties at the US Soccer Foundation. Prior to that, Hanser was Senior VP for Partnerships at the National Geographic Society and More

2021 Murrow Awards Issue Call for Entries
Edward R. Murrow Awards
Edward R. Murrow Awards
The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) is accepting entries now for the 2021 Edward R. Murrow Awards competition. Journalism published by radio, television and digital news organizations as well as by student journalists between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020, More

KFBK/Sacramento Taps Luery as Assistant News Director
Mike Luery
Mike Luery
Longtime market news reporter Mike Luery KFBK-FM (News 93.1)/Sacramento joins the station as 24/7 News and KFBK Assistant News Director for iHeartMedia's Pacific Region. He previously worked at KCRA-TV in Sacramento for 24 years where he covered news such as California state politics, the New Hampshire More

''In The Dark'' to be Featured On CBS-TV's ''60 Minutes''
American Public Media
American Public Media
CBS' "60 Minutes" will feature the podcast "In the Dark" in its Sunday, January 3, episode. The segment will tell the story of Curtis Flowers, a man tried six times for the same crime, and the role of the APM Reports' investigative podcast, which brought the case to national More

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CPB Praises Congressional Funding Decision
Patricia Harrison
Patricia Harrison
Patricia Harrison, president and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), made the following statement regarding the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, passing the House and Senate: "We greatly appreciate Congress' bipartisan support in providing $475 million - a $10 million increase - More

Podtrac's Top New Podcasts of 2020
Podtrac has published a year-end ranking of the Top 25 New Podcasts for 2020 based on average downloads per episode. The entire list can be found online at Podtrac.com along with their monthly Top Publisher and Top Podcast rand Top Shows by Category rankings. Here are the Top 10 new shows for 2020 based on More

Cumulus Shreveport Ups Tish Boden VP/Market Manager
Tish Boden
Tish Boden
Cumulus Media promotes Tish Boden to Vice President and Market Manager for its cluster in Shreveport, LA. An 18-year radio sales and management veteran, Boden rises from her previous position as Director of Sales for the local group. Previously, Boden was Market President for Power 92.3 in Atlanta. Before More

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