This is a brief clip from the April 28, 2015 episode of Fresh Air with Terry Gross. In it, Louis CK tells Terry how, after stopping taking drugs cold turkey in high school, he interned at his local public access operation in Newton, Mass, which ‘turned the corner’ of his life, and upon which experience […]
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Enter the 2013 Millennial Impact Report, which reveals that Millennials aren’t interested in structures,
institutions, and organizations, but rather in the people they help and the issues they support. The key
for nonprofits, therefore, is to build a comprehensive Millennial engagement platform that invites them to
participate in the cause and maximize their involvement.
The Case Foundation conducted an extensive survey of communicators and their organizations on how and why to connect with Millennials. Practical advise is provided in this info-graphic rich document, published in 2014.
This opinion piece by Times-Argus Editor Steve Pappas was published in March, 2016.
Permission to post this MP3 was provided on August 31, 2015 by Sarah Mathews, Audience Services Associate at VPR.
This is the text of Steve Pappas’ VPR commentary, first aired on VPR on August 17, 2015.
This is the MP3 audio file of the October 2, 2015 story by VPR’s Howard Weiss-Tisman entitled As Consumer Viewing Habits Change, Public Access Channels Worry About Funding. It’s a five minute report, which includes statements from Cor Trowbridge, Scott and Jim Porter of the DPS. File courtesy of VPR.net.
This is the transcript of the story filed by VPR’s Howard Weiss-Tisman on October 2, 2015 entitled As Consumer Viewing Habits Change, Public Access Channels Worry About Funding. It’s a five minute report, which includes statements from Cor Trowbridge, Scott and Jim Porter of the DPS. File courtesy of VPR.net.