Some random thoughts for a mid-summer day. On Monday with the soft launch of NPR One, NPR and its Member Stations begin a brave experiment as an industry through the creation of a product that has been developed to, quite frankly, disrupt our existing business model that we have been comfortable with for decades. For […]Read more "Disrupting Ourselves"
Tomorrow: @HouseOfCards. No spoilers, please. — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 13, 2014Read more "No Spoilers, please."
My 1st Tweet was 7 years ago today! Freezing!— Tim Eby (@timjeby) February 5, I suppose I was very worried about the 140 character limit!Read more "My Twitter Anniversary"
To my colleagues in Public Radio: This is a post that I could have written last week before the news of Gary Knell’s departure from NPR, but since public radio is back making news as opposed to reporting it, I’d like to suggest that it might be a timely conversation for us to have right […]Read more "Time to Confront the Brutal Facts"
MLK’s Original ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech – The Takeaway.Read more "MLK’s Original ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech – The Takeaway"
I admit it … I’m a Downton Abbey fan! And this week NPR devoted a significant amount of time previewing Season # that begins on Sunday night. And here, in one place, is a chance to hear it all. Here’s the link to the preview to Season 3 on Fresh Air from January 3rd and […]Read more "Season 3 of Downton Abbey"
twitpic.com/bay8j3 Long lines moving relatively well at the Ohio Union at OSU. Spotted on the scene Jesse Jackson and Ted Strickland. — Tamara Keith (@tamarakeithNPR) November 7, 2012Read more "The View from Ohio"
And like a Disney ride, the voting line extends inside the University of South Florida student center. @wusf twitter.com/johnroconnor/s… — John O’Connor (@johnroconnor) November 6, 2012Read more "The view from Florida"
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