Posts Tagged: mediadiversity

Community Voices: St. Paul’s Rondo Neighborhood, Moving Forward


“It’s a powerful experience to give voice to people who aren’t heard on their terms, sitting in their neighborhood and from their point of view on ways they are moving forward following this story.” – Kate Moos, Director, News Content Development Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, was killed during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights,… Read more »

Public Radio Inclusion: First, We Must “Do The Numbers”

APMG's Mission

Submitted by Linda Miller Director, Network Journalism and Inclusion At American Public Media, we understand our viability depends on our ability to rapidly expand efforts to become as relevant to emerging audiences as we are to our loyal listeners and members today, and to ensure that the faces, voices and programming of Minnesota Public Radio… Read more »

In Memoriam: Toni Randolph

November 15, 2014 Posted on Facebook by ThreeSixty Journalism: "I don't feel like I am widening the circle, I feel like I'm completing one." Toni Randolph talks about the importance of diversity in media -- and touchingly, dedicates the Widening the Circle award to her mother.

This week we’re mourning the sudden loss of our dear colleague, veteran journalist Toni Randolph. Toni’s work impacted so many people… the outpouring of memorials offer us some insight into the depth of Toni’s impact and the strength of her relationships. We’re sharing just a few of them below. Excerpts from Toni’s full obituary at… Read more »

MPR News and Next Generation Radio


Next Generation Radio is a series of one-week student radio training projects co-sponsored by NPR member stations and several journalist and media organizations. The projects are designed to give students who are interested in radio and journalism an opportunity to report and produce their own radio and multimedia stories. Our own Laura Yuen of MPR… Read more »