Escalating his Public Radio funding rant, Alec Baldwin now insists that the privilege of drinking coffee, in any form and by any person, is reserved just for pledgers to public stations. Listen to see if you agree.
According to the latest shocking research from RadioLab, people who give to causes are doing drugs - legally. In just 44 seconds, learn how this is possible from researchers Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich.
“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” - Gandalf
I savored a Forbes blog this morning, which encapsulates the reason that many of us work in public broadcasting. Alex Knapp writes in his post The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Hobbits: "Its important to cultivate an appreciation for the wonderful things around you. Otherwise, you’ll forget what it is that you’re working for in the first place."
"It's all about me. It's already to established that I'm simple. I'm one of the 27 million simple folk who tune in to National Public Radio." Connie is a beloved StudioTulsa commentator and here's her thoughts about why funding for public broadcasting should be continued.
Imagine filling your grocery store basket, sampling the goods along the aisles as you browse. Then waltzing out the door without paying. And doing this day after day. Every once in a while, you see someone drop a few dollars in a box near the entrance, but not often. Listen as Ira Glass exposes this befuddling business model.
Alec Baldwin is out to destroy public radio. His message to Public Radio listeners: "End the shenanigans." Baldwin, who when in a lucid state of mind, hosts the NY Philharmonic broadcasts heard over Classical 88.7-1. In an inexplicable turn, his message is "Don't give."
Many thanks for your continued support of Public Radio Tulsa. When I became manager back in 1999, I set out five major goals for public radio in Tulsa. The first was to replace our physical plant. We had a transmitter that was as old as me, and went off-the-air at the drop of a hat. Thanks to you and a few very generous donors, within a couple of years we were able to make our broadcasting facilities state of the art.