PMD #10: Classical 89 KBYU is safe, CPB has a new Ombudsman, Firing Line is coming back and WTTW/WFMT have a new boss.

 
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This is episode ten of Public Media Daily from Public Media Fans. Its the final episode for the second week of the program and highlights for Thursday, April 26th include...

1) Classical 89 is saved as BYU will keep classical music on 89.1 KBYU-FM while putting BYU Radio on its newly purchased 107.9 KUMT.

2) The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) has announced Jan Schaffer as its new Ombudsman. She'll serve a three-year term.

3) Window to the World Communications, Inc. (WTTW 11 and 98.7 WFMT Chicago) hires Sandra Cordova Micek as its new President and CEO.

4) Firing Line is coming back to PBS under new host Margaret Hoover and new production station WNET New York.

5) StoryCorps' Dave Isay becomes a Ellis Island Medal of Honor and from the Washington Women in Journalism awards, Audie Cornish is recognized for Broadcast Radio and Amy Walter is recognized for Broadcast Journalism.

6) Happy 69th Birthday, 89.1 KMUW Wichita!

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