By Julian Mark : missionlocal – excerpt
Good news regarding the journalism industry is hard to find these days.
Newspapers and magazines are going kaput seemingly every day, and even Pulitzer-winning newsrooms have had to lay off employees. This news website is itself still figuring out how to survive far into the future.
But there is a ray of hope.
The San Francisco Public Press, a quarterly paper featuring in-depth investigative reports, is in the process of launching a brand-new radio station: KSFP 102.5 FM in San Francisco. It will feature original journalism produced by the Public Press team, including a weekly political podcast called “Civic.” It will also feature programming from other local stations, and eventually a space to promote up-and-coming podcasters… (more)