344 Resources for Benediction

Benediction 2013

The Kitchen Sisters
2013 - Atlanta

The Sisters will apply their special magic to a closing that’s more than just a speech.

The New Face Of Public Radio

Pat Harrison, Lynne Clendenin, Deanna Mackey, Sue Schardt, Laura Walker
2013 - Atlanta

Join CPB president and CEO Patricia Harrison for a panel discussion with leaders who are helping to shape the diverse look and sound of public media.

A (Kinda Sorta) Unified Theory Of Social Media

Lila King
2013 - Atlanta

Lila King, Director of Social Media for CNN.com will share her insights into the world of social media and user generated content, how public media is doing, and what we might do to further expand the impact of public service media.

2013 Annual Membership Meeting

2013 - Atlanta

Our tradition for the annual meeting of members is to keep it brief... a quick year-in-review and outline of plans for the year ahead.  We'll reveal some improvements in our knowledge services and have time to hear your feedback and questions about PRPD. 

PRTS5 Unplugged, Not Just the Data

Fred Jacobs, Jim McGuinn, Roxanne Roberts, Todd Mundt
2013 - Atlanta

By now, you’ve seen presentations of the Public Radio Tech Surveys. This year at PRPD, we’re doing something different – using key findings of this landmark study as conversation starters in a fast-moving session that covers what the data means and its implications for public radio.

Public Media Futures Forum

Mark Fuerst
2013 - Atlanta

Nearly every week we hear that some new distribution channel will soon be delivering the very content that was once exclusively available on a public radio station. New technology is expanding audio options. As that happens, program producers are reaching beyond stations, directly to listeners for funding.

Things I've Learned at Wikipedia (that might be useful for American public media)

Sue Gardner
2013 - Atlanta

Sue Gardner will kick off our morning-long examination about how to maintain our public service values while facing an ever more competitive funding and distribution landscape.  Described as "Librarian to the World" and "Mother Teresa of the Internet," Gardner's goal is to give everyone in the world free and easy access to the information they need.