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Executive Director Terry Gildea Leaving PMJA

PMJA Executive Director Terry Gildea announced today he is leaving his post as the organization’s executive director to become program director at WUNC in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The PMJA Board has elevated PMJA’s business manager, Christine Paige Diers into the role of interim executive director. Gildea’s last day with PMJA is April 16.

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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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Alberto Mendoza, Executive Director of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists joined Colorado Public Radio's Rachel Estabrook to discuss his organization’s cultural competence handbook.

The PMJA Board is asking members to vote on six proposed changes to the organization's bylaws. In this webinar, Executive Director Terry Gildea, Treasurer Brent Wolfe and Business Manager Christine Paige Diers outline the proposed changes. 

If you missed our recent webinar with journalist Megan Luther on strategies white journalists can employ to help make the newsroom a more inclusive environment for journalists of color, the recording is now available.

On Wednesday, March 10, PMJA held the third in a four-part series of webinars called "Level Up."  The recording of the this webinar featuring Teresa Frontado is available HERE.  You will need to sign in to view the recording.

  On Wednesday, March 3, PMJA held the second in a four-part series of webinars called "Level Up."  The recording of the this webinar featuring Tonya Mosley is available HERE.  You will need to sign in to view the recording.

PMJA is excited annouce plans for staging our host, news leader and editor trainings virtually this year. If you missed our informational webinar outlining our training program for 2021, the recording is now available.

Good journalists live by certain principles, but understand that they also need to be open to change, be willing to learn and be ready to help those who want to join them in the newsrooms of today and the future. Elizabeth Jensen and Mark Memmott try to do all those things. They’re best known in public media circles as NPR’s past Public Editor and NPR’s past Supervising Editor for Standards and Practices. They’ve both spent many hours working with local public radio stations on issues involving ethics and standards.

On Wednesday, February 24, PMJA held the first in a four-part series of webinars called "Level Up."  The recording of the first webinar in the series with Phyllis Fletcher is available HERE.  You will need to sign in to view the recording. 

2021 Public Media Predictions: Keith Woods

Dec 31, 2020
Rachel Osier Lindley

For public media, 2020 has been a year of challenges and uncertainty. As we look ahead, PMJA has gathered some of the most prolific people in our industry to weigh in with their predictions for 2021 – in just 60 seconds. 

2021 Public Media Predictions: Joy Lin

Dec 30, 2020

For public media, 2020 has been a year of challenges and uncertainty. As we look ahead, PMJA has gathered some of the most prolific people in our industry to weigh in with their predictions for 2021 – in just 60 seconds.

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Johnathan Reaves

Brent Wolfe

Reginald Hardwick

Ariel Van Cleave

Gabrielle Jones

Terry Gildea

Christine Paige Diers