Public Broadcasting Doesn’t Need Tax Money

The media landscape has changed since the Corporation for Public Broadcasting was chartered, says board member Howard Husock, who claims public media has outlived its original mission.

Pubmedia Urged To Fill Void In Local News

Howard Husock, a VP with the Manhattan Institute and former WGBH Boston producer who was appointed to the CPB board by President Obama, says he thinks the role that public media should focus on — the one that is increasingly not being filled in the commercial marketplace — is local journalism.