Mar 30, 2004
"It was Alistair Cooke's idiosyncratic mix of the momentous and the everyday that captivated his British audience and turned his Letter from America into an institution," wrote Karen McVeigh in The Scotsman after the BBC journalist died today. Cooke was 95 and had ceased his weekly BBC Letter from America in February.
Posted by Steve at 7:18 PM
While some execs at public radio stations support NPR's decision to find a new Morning Edition host, they are critical of the network's handling of the change, reports the New York Times (reg. req.) "There's a universal sense that this has been managed poorly," says one. The Los Angeles Times reports that Bob Edwards' resistance to having a co-host might have contributed to his fate.
Posted by Mike at 11:04 AM