Free Jazz

Friday, January 26, 2007

Transcript

As public radio stations move towards news & talk, and less music, are they abandoning their mission to serve the underserved? Jazz writer John McDonough examines the question of whether public broadcasters should appeal to the masses or the fringes.

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