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Rose on WUNC; community blog in Johnston County

Paul, · Categories: Alumni and other friends, General, News of News, Virtual Communities

News and Observer has a nice very brief piece on WUNC radio and General Manager Joan Siefert Rose by Danny Hooley in their Lifestyles Section today. Part of the story is Joan’s direction to make the content of WUNC more available to a national audience (ala Minnesota Public Radio or Michigan say). Amongst the changes in that direction is the hiring of a Business and a Health reporter (hope that they give a boost to those two programs in the J-School here). This spring, WUNC will become the southeastern bureau for the national program “Marketplace.”
Two other projects will be a youth voice radio and an indepth look at poverty in North Carolina; both are scheduled to begin this spring.

We all know and love, although with some reservations, here in Orange County. NandO also has a story on a community blog in Johnston County called It’s not really a blog, but it is a discussion board setup that allows — for better or worse — anonymous postings and spirited threaded discussions. Already the regular complaints and compliments are being aired in the report, but amusing to see another view of community blogging.

2 Responses to “Rose on WUNC; community blog in Johnston County”

  1. I just wrote a LONG response to this and your software told me I had the wrong code entered and dumped the whole thing. This isn’t first time this has happened on your blog. Can you please fix that so that I can return to what I was writing?

    If I get the energy to re-write my response, I’ll post it at OP (and here).

  2. Paul Jones says:

    Sorry about that. Many posts by important people have been rejected by AuthImage including but not limited to me. I suspect web-server-clusters are confusing it.
    I will see if I can’t find a replacement or a fix.
    I know it sucks cause I cursed it too. Just now.

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