Incoming WBA Hall of Famer talks about future of public media

A legend in public broadcasting and incoming inductee to the WBA Hall of Fame is talking this week about the future of public media and the journalism it provides.

Jack Mitchell was NPR’s first employee and the first full time producer of NPR’s first news program, All Things Considered.

Mitchell spoke to Columbic Journalism Review about the first years of publicly funded media in the U.S. and what the current state of play means for the future.

You can read the interview here.