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Building an Inclusive Public Media System: A Statement from PMJA

We, the board and staff of PMJA, recognize that public media has a racism problem. For too long, Black, Latinx, Indigenous and other people of color have been grossly under-represented in the public radio system, especially in roles of leadership. PMJA intends to do our part to make true equity and inclusion a reality instead of an aspiration.

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Resources for Journalists Covering Civil Unrest

Resources For Journalists Covering Civil Unrest

As our member station newsrooms send reporters out into their communities to cover the extraordinary events unfolding, PMJA is committed to you through this difficult time. We've aggregated resources here to help keep journalists informed and safe.

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If you’re ready to be a part of a growing, award winning news team, Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) wants to hear from you. We’re looking for a managing editor, who’s an experienced, curious journalist with strong news judgment to help guide, grow and build upon our success as a recognized statewide news source.

As live conferences and events continue to take a pause during the COVID-19 crisis, two leaders of public media organizations have put their heads together to create a solution for the entire industry. 

The latest installment in the Building Resilience webinar series was held on Tuesday, June 30 at 2 p.m. EST.  This week's topic was "The Imperative of Inclusion."  Guests Jordan Lee of Radio Milwaukee and Ju-Don Marshall of WFAE in Charlotte, North Carolina talked about how their two stations are working to improve culture - in their organizations and their communities - through some great efforts.

REGISTER NOW: PMJA Host and News Leader Training

Jun 29, 2020

Traditionally, PMJA sets aside the two days prior to our annual conference to offer some in-depth training and professional development opportunities for our members.  We canceled our annual conference scheduled in Seattle this year due to the pandemic, but we are still offering several of these trainings to our members.

On Thursday, June 25th, PMJA Members came together virtually to honor award winners, bid a fond farewell to outgoing board members and welcome new board members.  But mostly, we gathered to hear from two amazing women in public media - Maria Hinojosa, the 2020 Leo C. Lee Award winner and Kate Concannon, the 2020 Editor of the Year.  

The latest in our Building Resilience webinar series took place on Tuesday, June 16 at 2 p.m.

Kate Concannon Named PMJA 2020 Editor of the Year

Jun 9, 2020
Courtesy of Kate Concannon

The PMJA board is excited to announce that Kate Concannon, Managing Editor of the Mountain West News Bureau, has been named Public Media Journalists Association’s 2020 Editor of the Year. The board received nearly a dozen nominations.

 

The latest in the collaborative BUILDING RESILIENCE webinar series was held on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 2 p.m.  Attendees were part of a conversation between PRPD President and Executive Director Abby Goldstien and Kristen Muller of KPCC in Southern California and Molly Davis of WFDD in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  The topic was "Connecting Our Communities.  If you missed it, you can now view the webinar by clicking HERE.  You'll be required to register to watch the webinar.

The second in our new BUILDING RESILIENCE webinar series was held on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 3 p.m.  We had over 200 participants tune in to hear from Tom Michael of Boise State Public Radio and Sarah Bohannon of North State Public Radio about how their small stations are weathering the challenges of a Covid-19 world.  If you missed it, you can now view the webinar by clicking HERE.  You'll be required to register to watch the webinar.

In case you weren't able to attend the informational webinar about proposed changes to PMJA's bylaws, you can view the recording here.  You will be asked to register to view the recording.  The webinar is less than 30 minutes, and walks through each proposed change to the bylaws in advance of next week's vote.

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