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Public radio emerged in the 1920s to give Americans access to news, commentary, cultural affairs, and other items that commercial radio often ignored. Funded by the government, contributors, and other entities, public radio has long provided listeners with a broad range of programs. But with the rise of satellite radio, on-demand streaming, and millions of podcasts in the 21st century, some critics argue that public radio is no longer essential in the United States and that taxpayers should stop funding it. Defenders disagree, arguing that it continues to provide independent, unique, and valuable content. Is public radio still relevant? Audio only.
Length: 60 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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