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FROM EDISON RESEARCH

The most recent article in the Infinite Dial series from Edison Research states that weekly audience for all forms of online radio is growing, now 36% of all Americans age 12+ or 94 million nationally.  Thirty-one percent of Americans use Pandora as compared to 8% for iTunes monthly usage.  Not surprisingly, podcasts are on the […]

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Scenarios: Planning And How To Build Them

A good set of “scenarios” are plausible stories, relevant to the question at hand, divergent from one another, and challenging our assumptions about how the future will play out.  When applied to strategic thinking, as it has been by successful organizations for the last 20 years, a set of scenarios is a tool for ordering […]

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Music Rights for Public Broadcasters

CPB has negotiated on behalf of the public media system and secured funding to pay the fees for new licensing agreements for the use of music by qualified public radio and television stations in their over-the-air broadcasts and in their on-line streams.  To begin the process to be covered under these licenses and for more […]

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ADOPTING INDECENCY ENFORCEMENT POLICY

ERPM signed a letter endorsing comments that demonstrate to the Commission that there is a chorus of support from within the public broadcasting system for its proposal to adopt a more relaxed and reasonable enforcement policy.   (more…)

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FY 2013 RADIO CSG PROVISIONS

The CPB FY 2013 Radio Community Service Grant General Provisions and Eligibility Criteria govern the use of CSG funds and the eligibility of grantees to receive them. Click here for the PDF.

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CSG REVIEW PROCESS

The Radio 2012 CSG Review will evaluate the effectiveness and impact of the program in today’s environment with a focus on aligning stations for the future.  The last review of the Radio CSG Program took place in 2005 and much has changed since then. For more info:  http://www.cpb.org/stations/radiocsgreview/

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