Washington Post columnist Steven Pearlstein urged people to be moderate in their criticisms of the Trump budget. In obvious reference to plans to eliminate support for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Endowment...Show More Summary
It’s been posted elsewhere but we’ll pick up with Hyperallergic’s coverage of the proposed 2018 budget, which, yes, seeks to eliminate the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, theShow More Summary
By Christopher Chávez, University of Oregon When the Trump administration released its proposed budget in March, it suggested eliminating federal funding for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting (CPB). “Can we really continue to ask...Show More Summary
“After a month worrying about the fate of funding for the National Endowment for the Arts and the hundreds of community organizations that the agency supports nationwide, the arts world found hope in congressional leaders’ agreement Sunday that would not...
Mind you, they're not big increases - $2 million (1.33%) each for the NEA and NEH, and flat funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. But this is a change from the Trump administration's proposal to eliminate the agencies entirely. "Like many of Trump's planned initiatives for his first 100 days in office, however, this […]
The House Appropriations Committee’s fiscal year 2017 omnibus appropriations bill includes increased funding for the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities, as well as continued funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Show More Summary
The new federal spending bill would spare — and even slightly increase — funding for three arts-related agencies that President Donald Trump had proposed eliminating: the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, … Click to Continue »
Dear President Trump, Last month, your team released a budget that proposes to cut funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the organization that funds PBS and NPR. You've commented before about what a pretty picture it is...Show More Summary
bikeriderlondon/Shutterstock B eyond eliminating the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the endowments for the arts and humanities, and other extreme Heritage Foundation-inspired dismantling, President Donald Trump’s budget blueprint...Show More Summary
"What that means is that if President Donald Trump’s controversial call to zero out funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting were to take effect, Maryland would be giving MPT $3 million to replace it – the sum that MPT is scheduled to receive from the federal government through the CPB. The commitment appears to […]
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal has come to the defense of public media amid the Trump administration's proposal to eliminate all $445 million in annual funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS's parent company. In an...Show More Summary
On the chopping block in President Trump's proposed budget are nearly 20 different agencies, including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds the Public Broadcasting Service. In an op-ed for the New York Times, retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal makes the point that the "hard power" of a strong military...
Retired United States Army General Stanley McChrystal published an impassioned op-ed in The New York Times on Wednesday, pleading with Washington to think twice before cutting funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). “As...Show More Summary
David Byrne has spoken out against Donald Trump’s recent proposal to eliminate the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities, as well as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Show More Summary
Giordano is joined on the board by Corporation for Public Broadcasting President and CEO Patricia de Stacy Harrison and former Talk America President, Chairman and CEO Gabriel A. Battista who will serve as co-chairperson of the Foundation
As you may have heard, Donald Trump wants to cut funding to the National Endowment for the Arts and the Corporation For Public Broadcasting. While “Sesame Street” is not directly funded by these organizations, the cuts could eliminate...Show More Summary
And also Support the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
A new Quinnipiac poll finds American voters oppose the spending cuts listed in President Trump’s proposed federal budget, including 70% to 25% against eliminating the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. By wide margins, however, American voters say other proposed cuts are [...]
Open.President Trump's budget proposes defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. If it passes Congress, it will take two years for funding to be discontinued, but the liberal public-media lobby is panicking. These hyperbole artists insist "Our public media is for everyone." That's just a lie. Conservatives are not welcome in public media.
The defunding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is long past overdue. No president, including Ronald Reagan, seriously pushed an immediate winding down of this corrupt and outdated waste of taxpayer funds. Who would have ever...Show More Summary