Foundations provide around 5 percent of public broadcasting's budget. Audiences may not be as concerned about these grants, but foundations also have agendas. Melinda Penkava investigates.
The audio for this story is NOT available as part of the indicated March 31, 2001 program. Instead is is filed (incorrectly?) as part of the previous March 24, OTM episode. Also, while the transcript provided here has this story at the beginning of the program this story actually commences at about 25:20 in that March 24-filed audio. (OTM: I would love to hear from you if this comment helps you correct a mistake.- Use the e-mail I provided.)
Michael D. D. WhiteNoticing New York
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