From the Boston Globe: Some listeners are apparently gravitating to WBUR’s new rival because WGBH is offering more local programming, including talk shows. That’s not a bad development.

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From the Boston Globe: Thousands of listeners are leaving WBUR and tuning into WGBH-FM 89.7, which last year replaced music programs with news and talk shows very much like WBUR’s.

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A founding member of the Juilliard String Quartet, Robert was chairman of the Brandeis music department from 1969-76, and retired from the university’s faculty in 1983. Robert’s other activities included lecturing on music in a 40-part series for WGBH-TV.

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Harvey Morris was an engineer for both radio and TV in the late ’60s and early ’70s.

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The Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame — of which WGBH alum Art Singer is president — held its annual induction ceremony on September 16. Several honorees (this year and last) have been affiliated with WGBH at some point over the years. Here are those recipients, and the dates they were inducted. Soyna Hamlin (2009) John…

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Nat: And I was extremely pleased and proud that Joan did such an extraordinary work in producing this series, the likes of which we will never see again. I was Director of the NEH Media Program which provided principle funding for this series

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