Posts Tagged: mprlife

Baking – and raising money – for the future of journalism

Submitted by Marianne Combs, Arts Reporter and Producer, MPR News I love a good bake sale – especially when it’s for a cause I can really get behind – and October’s bake sale at MPR will go down as one of my all-time favorites. Each year MPR participates in a fundraising campaign for ThreeSixty Journalism,… Read more »

Talking the talk: Can the parlance of public media drive inclusivity?

by Eric Garcia McKinley Engagement and Inclusion Senior Research Analyst/ACLS Public Fellow I am now eight weeks into my new job in public media. The position is exactly as new to American Public Media Group as I am: Senior Research Analyst for Engagement and Inclusion (read more about it here). My general assignment is to… Read more »

The CEO and the TSA: An Unlikely Moment of Gratitude

Here at APMG we’re used to getting emails like this from our CEO Jon McTaggart. Those of us who’ve been around a while might even take them for granted. It’s just part of the culture. But I’m reminded today that it’s one of those things that makes us pretty unique… this culture of gratitude is demonstrated… Read more »

Fellowship Highlight: Lila Cherneff

submitted by Sarah Eldred With the release of the first few episodes of the podcast In The Dark last week, we want to be sure you meet the interns and fellows behind the scenes at APM Reports. Lila Cherneff is an APM Reports fellow. She joined APMG as a tape logger for American RadioWorks, which… Read more »

Intern Highlight Two-For-One: Jackie Lawyer and Afua Paintsil

submitted by Sarah Eldred Minnesota Public Radio’s 50th anniversary is right around the corner. Just a few months ago, Ali Lozoff was chosen to organize this benchmark year with celebrations, events and programs. Interns Jackie Lawyer and Afua Paintsil were hired to jump-start this enormous project. Jackie Lawyer is beginning her sophomore year at the… Read more »