D.C. Stations Get Creative During Pandemic

For radio and TV stations, operating throughout the pandemic and bringing us news and entertainment day in and day out required so much more than a floor lamp, some well-curated books in the background and a working Zoom link. Let’s go behind the scenes of how several stations pulled it off.

Public TV Pioneer, Producer Gerald Slater Dies Of Coronavirus

WETA CEO Sharon Rockefeller Receives National Medal Of Arts

DMA 7: WASHINGTON

Miguel E. Monteverde Jr. Named WETA GM

The former Discovery digital executive will oversee local programming operations at the flagship public broadcasting station in the nation’s capital.

BBC World News America Will Soon Be Available On PBS Stations Nationwide

DMA 8 (WASHINGTON)

WETA To Take Ownership Of ‘PBS NewsHour’

MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, the longtime owner of the program, is set to hand over control to the Washington, D.C., public broadcaster on July 1.

DMA 8 (WASHINGTON)

WETA Gets $1M For Culture, History, Public Affairs

‘NewsHour’ Ex-Anchors To Cede Ownership

Jim Lehrer and Robert MacNeil say they are talking with the Washington public television station WETA, PBS NewsHour’s co-producer, about taking over ownership of the show.

DMA 8 (WASHINGTON)

Rick Schneider Named WETA EVP-COO

DMA 8

WETA Washington Deploys Harmonic Electra 9200

DMA 8

WETA Washington Adding UK-Centric Subchannel

DMA 8 (WASHINGTON)

Five People Parachute Off WETA Tower