Tag: localore

by Sue Schardt

My formidable cousin Connie loves to hunt. She’d been tracking a good-sized buck for some time out in the woods of her property in upstate New York when, she recounted to me recently, she caught up with him. She had him right in the sight of her Sako .243 rifle, finger on the trigger and, […] more »

by Jessica Clark

The following post is from Jessica Clark, who is the media strategist for the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR), which produced the Localore competition. From Fargo to Austin, and Boston to the Bay Area, 10 public stations across the country are now poised to ramp up their innovation capacity. They’ll be incubating projects led […] more »

by Jessica Clark

What does innovation feel like? According to newly minted MacArthur genius Jad Abumrad, it’s a bit like being chased by a tiger: visceral and gut-churning. Abumrad, the co-host of WNYC’s ground-breaking show Radiolab, advised the audience at last week’s Public Radio Programming Conference (PRPC) to seek out this life-or-death sensation. Innovation isn’t always obvious, he […] more »