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Published on Jun 18, 2013
Public broadcasting has always been a mechanism for demonstrating the impact of the arts through stories and images. Over the years, public radio and television have also served to illustrate the changes in our communities, our interests, and the world in which we live. Learn about trends and the future of public broadcasting through the words of those leading the way.
Featured Speakers: Robert Lynch, President and CEO for Americans for the Arts Paula Kerger, President and CEO for Public Broadcasting Service Gary E. Knell, President and CEO for National Public Radio Mitch Swain, CEO of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Commission Jennifer Cole, Executive Director for the Metro Nashville Arts Commission