Freeman

IN BRIEF

The House Swings at NPR, Hits Every Radio Programmer

MARCH 18, 2011

“. . . that’s why the most likely effect would be on the little guys. “Many, many public broadcasting stations are small stations that only have a couple of staff and volunteers,” Yager said. Those are the outlets that are most dependent on federal dollars to fill their airwaves with programming.” (L.A. Times)

If there was only another way to communicate, we wouldn’t need any federal dollars. Alas.

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