1. Fresh Air: For The Elderly Hipsters.
via NYT Mag

    Fresh Air: For The Elderly Hipsters.

    via NYT Mag

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  1. David O. Russell has his movie memorized, basically. 

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  1. Public radio dorks taking a photo break. View in High-Res

    Public radio dorks taking a photo break.

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  1. Starting off Monday the right way.
Public Radio workouts kick you into shape!

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    Starting off Monday the right way.

    Public Radio workouts kick you into shape!

    via the Onion

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  1. Not another &#@*$! pledge drive!!

    We’re almost done with our fall pledge drive here at WHYY Philadelphia. We’re so close!  Here’s a great video from WNYC… this dog looks amazing in headphones, check it out. 

    Are you a member of your local station?

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  1. Posted on 26 October, 2012

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What are the 5 songs public radio can’t stop playing? Download 5 songs from the likes of Yeasayer and folk up-and-comers Shovels and Rope, courtesy of KCEP-Power 88, Iowa Public Radio, KHSU, WUMB, and WTMD.

Start your Friday off right with this public radio playlist. View in High-Res

    nprmusic:

    What are the 5 songs public radio can’t stop playing? Download 5 songs from the likes of Yeasayer and folk up-and-comers Shovels and Rope, courtesy of KCEP-Power 88, Iowa Public Radio, KHSU, WUMB, and WTMD.

    Start your Friday off right with this public radio playlist.

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  1. Internet friends: I’m leaving Fresh Air at the end of the summer to go to medical school. Here’s the job posting for my gig. -Mel

    Update: If you’d like, you can continue to follow me @mkramer or here on Tumblr. If you’re curious about what the job entails, watch this video.

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  1. Carl Kasell reading Goodnight Moon. That is all. (via Wait Wait’s Intern Net)

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  1. If you’ve ever thought, ‘Hmm, what was on Fresh Air back in February?’ here’s a Google doc I created to help you browse/peruse/find something new. And here’s 2011 and 2010, too.

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  1. A pledge drive video from KPCC.

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  1. People looking for jobs in public TV/radio

    If you’re on Twitter, track the hashtags #pubjobs #pubmedia #nprjobs — I keep seeing a ton of positions mentioned with these hashtags — and then you don’t have to wade through all of the job sites yourself.

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  1. Happy Birthday Public Radio Broadcasting: On January 13, 1910, the first public radio broadcast aired,  transmitting a live performance from the Metropolitan Opera House in New  York.

1966 Metropolitan Opera House New York City (by RetroSnapshots)

    Happy Birthday Public Radio Broadcasting: On January 13, 1910, the first public radio broadcast aired, transmitting a live performance from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.

    1966 Metropolitan Opera House New York City (by RetroSnapshots)

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  1. iamcharlotteaddams:

In honor of National Radio Day: the list of my top 10 Public Radio Programs that was in my short-lived (read: two issue) high school zine. Still pretty accurate. (Note: ranking is basically random past #3)
Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me (DUH)
This American Life (close second)
A Prairie Home Companion (Garrison Keillor, you complete me)
Says You!
[American] Radio Works
Studio 360
Selected Shorts
Fresh Air
Anything Jay Allison does (kind of a cop out, but the man is a public radio producin’ genius and hotwired into my soul)
City Arts and Lectures
Also Radiolab (don’t know how that got left off the original list. Oops), and let’s just go ahead and say every single program on KQED’s schedule.
Public radio is the business, y’all.

I totally forgot about National Radio Day. (It was Saturday.) We are honored to be #8 on your list. (Very nice penmanship.)  View in High-Res

    iamcharlotteaddams:

    In honor of National Radio Day: the list of my top 10 Public Radio Programs that was in my short-lived (read: two issue) high school zine. Still pretty accurate. (Note: ranking is basically random past #3)

    1. Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me (DUH)
    2. This American Life (close second)
    3. A Prairie Home Companion (Garrison Keillor, you complete me)
    4. Says You!
    5. [American] Radio Works
    6. Studio 360
    7. Selected Shorts
    8. Fresh Air
    9. Anything Jay Allison does (kind of a cop out, but the man is a public radio producin’ genius and hotwired into my soul)
    10. City Arts and Lectures

    Also Radiolab (don’t know how that got left off the original list. Oops), and let’s just go ahead and say every single program on KQED’s schedule.

    Public radio is the business, y’all.

    I totally forgot about National Radio Day. (It was Saturday.) We are honored to be #8 on your list. (Very nice penmanship.) 

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  1. Jess Goodell enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school as a  mechanic, but when the Mortuary  Affairs unit was recruiting officers to  go to Iraq in 2004, she volunteered  immediately.
Her  platoon was tasked with recovering and processing the remains of fallen  soldiers.
Goodell talks with Fresh Air’s Terry Gross today about her new memoir "Shade it Black:  Death and After in Iraq.”   In the book Goodell shares her experiences in the  Mortuary Affairs   Unit and why her job never got easier with time or  proficiency.

    Jess Goodell enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school as a mechanic, but when the Mortuary Affairs unit was recruiting officers to go to Iraq in 2004, she volunteered immediately.

    Her platoon was tasked with recovering and processing the remains of fallen soldiers.

    Goodell talks with Fresh Air’s Terry Gross today about her new memoir "Shade it Black: Death and After in Iraq.” In the book Goodell shares her experiences in the Mortuary Affairs Unit and why her job never got easier with time or proficiency.

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  1. Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, in case you don’t know them, are not only tuneful and hilarious, they’re also very touching and truly literate. Just watch that video and tell me you weren’t brought to tears.

    Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews two new DVD releases — The Mikado and Topsy-Turvy — on today’s Fresh Air that are indispensable to Gilbert and Sullivan aficionados. INDISPENSABLE I SAY!

    Now sing along with me:

    I am the very model of a modern Major-General,

    I’ve information vegetable, animal, and mineral,

    I know the kings of England, and I quote the fights historical

    From Marathon to Waterloo, in order categorical;

    I’m very well acquainted, too, with matters mathematical,

    I understand equations, both the simple and quadratical,

    About binomial theorem I’m teeming with a lot o’ news,

    With many cheerful facts about the square of the hypotenuse.

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