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Tuesday, April 16 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Life Knell of Public Radio
and CEO, Gary Knell leads the network's worldwide media operations, including
its relationship with 900 public radio stations. He oversees the fiscal,
operational, and journalistic integrity of NPR, the development of the
organization and its philanthropic base. His public media career spans nearly
three decades, most recently as CEO of Sesame Workshop before he joined NPR in
Ubrenkovich is Hedda Gabler in a new production directed by Joyce Maltby. It runs until May 5 at HPU’s Hawaii Loa Campus.
Counting the ripples of UH value
is the executive director and co-founder of the UH Economic Research
Organization and is Professor of Economics. He’s also a member of the State of
Hawaii Council on Revenues, and on the UH President’s Advisory Council on
Hawai`i Innovation and Technology Advancement.
Is six thousand
pounds of bowl half empty?
Beaman is the public relations chair of the Hawaii Potters Guild, which will
put on Empty Bowl Hawaii 2013 at Ala Moana Center on April 26.
Plus the global
report from Deutsche Welle, backyard "Capitolsim" and handing out legal fees in today’s reality check, but first
the news from NPR.