Gothamist, LAist, and DCist have made valiant returns after local radio stations bought their sites and archives.
Earlier this month, the NPR Politics Podcast hosted a live show in Washington, D.C.’s Warner Theater, and Slate’s Trumpcast did a live recording in D.C.’s Hamilton Hotel. Last year, Radiotopia hosted a live event featuring nearly all their shows in Los Angeles. In 2013, Radiolab
In the Public Ear: Marketplace Reporter Reignites An Old Journalism Debate That’s More Important than Ever
Transgender reporter Lewis Wallace used to work for public radio magnate Marketplace. But last Monday, he was fired over a post he published on his personal blog that questioned the viability of media objectivity in the wake of recent political shifts. Wallace’s post, originally published
“Let’s do the numbers.” *jazz music* Public radio fans will be familiar with this intro. It is a staple of Marketplace, a portfolio of business and economics news programs heard on public radio stations and podcasts. Reaching more than 13 million listeners weekly, Marketplace shows
The world of public radio call-in shows was set abuzz last week when Diane Rehm finally announced her successor: Joshua Johnson (with his show to be called 1A). Much like the Diane Rehm Show, 1A, a reference to the First Amendment, aims to provide conversations