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PRI's Michael Arnold on "The Future of Public Radio" -- on ThoughtCast!

From: Jenny Attiyeh
Series: The Future of Public Radio
Length: 05:11

PRI's Michael Arnold: the 12th of 14 interviews conducted at the annual PRPD conference -- on ThoughtCast! Read the full description.

M Michael Arnold is the director of programming for Public Radio International, which distributes Christopher Lydon's Open Source, the BBC World Service, This American Life and more. PRI's the newer kid on the block, and as such, may well be scrappier - and quicker at adapting to the new world of the Web 2.0.

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Michael Arnold is the director of programming for Public Radio International, which distributes Christopher Lydon's Open Source, the BBC World Service, This American Life and more. PRI's the newer kid on the block, and as such, may well be scrappier - and quicker at adapting to the new world of the Web 2.0.

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