Congress is returning to Washington, D.C. after their August recess to pass a spending measure before the end of the current fiscal year on September 30. Here’s what you need to know, and how you can protect your public media’s funding.
Congress is returning to Washington, D.C. after their August recess to pass a spending measure before the end of the current fiscal year on September 30. Here’s what you need to know, and how you can protect your public media's funding.
This week, the House Appropriations Committee approved increased federal funding for public media as part of their fiscal year (FY) 2021 annual spending bills. House … Read More
Congress has approved the first increase to public media funding in more than 10 years. The President is expected to sign the legislation into law … Read More
We have been carefully watching the budget and appropriations process, and we have an important update. Congress has adjourned for the month of August. Senate … Read More
Maine Public Media’s Aquaculture’s Next Wave, which covers Maine’s rapidly-transforming fishing industry, exemplifies public radio’s commitment to local communities. “Aquaculture,” the farming of fish and … Read More
Federal funding for public media is a process that happens annually. It’s a long and intense journey that is critical to securing essential federal support … Read More
As 2018 comes to a close, we would like to thank you for taking action to protect federal funding for public media this year. Together, … Read More
County Lines is a public radio series about rural life in southwest Ohio produced by WYSO in Yellow Springs. In its first year, the series … Read More
Late last week, a select group of House and Senate lawmakers agreed to a spending package that includes funding for all of public media programs. … Read More
Classics for Kids host Naomi Lewin with composer John Corigliano. Photo by Lara St. John. What’s it like to be a conductor and lead an … Read More
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