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Mike Janssen


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Past articles by Mike:

Comings and goings: NPR shuffles correspondents, CRB Classical hires and promotes staffers

Frank Langfitt is leaving his London-based reporting position, which will be taken over by Lauren Frayer. → Read More

Anthony V. Hayes becomes CEO of WMHT Public Media

Hayes most recently served as GM and COO of New England Public Media. → Read More

Comings and goings: Veralyn Williams named 'Code Switch' EP, WMFE forms content leadership team ...

Williams succeeds Steve Drummond, who had served as EP of "Code Switch" since 2017. → Read More

Our annual survey of shows coming to public TV

Our annual look at national programs coming to public television includes 104 series and specials. → Read More

Former Va. lieutenant governor sues New York Public Radio for defamation

A NYPR spokesperson told Current that Justin Fairfax’s complaint “is completely without merit.” → Read More

FCC filing window gives stations chance to launch new radio broadcasts

About three dozen pubcasters hope to emerge from an FCC application process with expanded coverage areas. → Read More

Pipeline 2022: Our annual survey of shows coming to public TV

This year's Pipeline list includes 121 series and specials in the works for January 2022 and beyond. → Read More

Current’s 2021 Public Media Salary Survey

More than 1,900 readers told us about what they earn in public media. See the key findings and dig deeper into the data. → Read More

Tim Black steps up to CEO at WNIN

Black was previously VP of development at the station. → Read More

NPR will end ‘Ask Me Another’ in September

The weekly hour of comedy, trivia and music airs on more than 300 stations. → Read More

CPB has ‘no immediate plans’ to recruit new ombudsman

CPB has had an ombudsman — and sometimes two — since 2005. → Read More

WAMU reaches second deal to sell Maryland station

A religious broadcaster is expected to buy the Ocean City FM signal. → Read More

KOPN selects Miquel Calçada as new leader

Calçada worked in public broadcasting in Spain before moving to the U.S. → Read More

Live White House briefings wane on public radio as NPR leaves ‘All Things Considered’ intact

Stations had asked the network to move the briefings to a breaking news channel, pointing to President Trump’s handling of the daily events. → Read More

Comings and goings: AmDoc expands team, Kopp quits in Aspen

The producer of public TV's "POV" added two managers to POV Engage and hired a producer for its series of short films. → Read More

Florida’s WMFE taps CPB veep as new leader

Erika Pulley-Hayes has worked for CPB since 2005. → Read More

Comings and goings: Allegiance Software founder retires, CPB’s Harrison receives Chaplin fellowship

Sonja Jensen began writing software for Prairie Public Broadcasting in 1978. → Read More

Buckingham picked to lead Washington’s KBCS

Dana Buckingham joins the station from Nebraska's KVNO. → Read More

Leader of 88Nine Radio Milwaukee plans departure

Glenn Kleiman has led the station since April 2016. → Read More

CPB’s new inspector general comes from D.C.’s Metro

Kimberly Howell has been with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority since March 2018. → Read More