Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
The new chief of Lakeshore Public Television and Radio will have to manage in an evolving technological landscape for broadcast media and continue to grow the stations' reach and revenue, according to members of the stations' board of directors.
This could be a critical week for public broadcasting throughout Indiana. In a Studio(i) interview, Lloyd Wright, WFYI public media chief executive officer, said debate is expected in Washington, D.C., on a House budget proposal that eliminates funding for public television and radio. He poi…
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