Deryk Barker asks:
>Why does NPR have a duty to serve the "entire public"? Much of the
>public (presumably) is already being served by commercial radio, should
I am not sure what the "entire public " means, although I carelessly
agreed with Kevin's statement.What I really meant is that it does not
have to be ALL classical music-a mix of just cm, jazz, public affairs,
etc. would do fine.After all, NPR quite properly does not feature pro
football. Others do it well.
>Does PBS really need Austin City Lilmits?
Does anyone need "This American Life"? I did find to my shock and Horror
that "Wait, wait, don't tell me" has a following.