Paula Kerger on Public Media’s Future

Posted on August 18, 2011

PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger, said journalistic partnerships were an "exciting development for public media."

Last week, BTB featured PMC’s Ken Ikeda — in our first of several profiles of public media figures to take their temperature on the evolving environment. Up this week, PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger, who was kind enough to speak to us earlier this month at TCA Press Tour in Los Angeles.

Watch the video below as Kerger explains how news organizations have more to gain by teaming up.


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