From the Boston Globe – 12/18/2009 A new WCRB, and a shrinking classical dial In a city passionate about classical music, a lot of listeners get their fill by catching the Boston Symphony Orchestra and other programming on the radio… WGBH purchased WCRB this fall, and there is now significantly less classical music on the…

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From the Boston Globe Classical station has new business model: support of donors Boston is following a trend in radio that’s taking place in other cities across the nation: Its only 24-hour classical music station now depends on listeners — not advertisers — to keep it afloat. … Boston is following a trend in radio…

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From the Boston Globe Nam June Paik, a leading figure in the artistic avant-garde for more than four decades, whose pioneering use of electronic imagery earned him the unofficial title “the George Washington of video art,” died Sunday [1/29/06] at his Miami apartment. He was 74. “He basically invented video art,” said George Fifield, curator…

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From the Boston Globe (excerpts) — 4/20/2005 Robert Baram was a journalistic jack-of-all-trades who wrote of life in the South during the early days of the civil rights movement, penned a syndicated column in Bay state politics in the 1950s and ’60s, and offered political commentary on WGBH-TV for many years. “He was a giant,”…

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