Public Support.5 NPR continued

Posted on 23. Oct, 2008 by in Uncategorized

Peter Osnos of PublicAffairs Books says public radio has defended its editorial integrity better than any form of media, and is now beyond dispute.  

Adam Davidson pushes back:  the niche audience that listens to radio while going about daily activities will diminish.  “It’s not that we’re going to be competing with Rush and Rush is suddenly going to be great, but we’ll be competing with CUNY grads … and we’ll just be one more web-based media service….”

Persephone Miel of the Harvard Berkman Center talks about Vendor Relationship Magnet software  which could “reengineer voluntary contributions,” allowing individuals to choose contributions for web audio.

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