Writing

Writing

Michael Flaster has written on the media and programming for Current, the national trade newspaper for public broadcasting, and is presently co-authoring an academic text on entrepreneurial media. He has been quoted on programming and media matters in a number of publications and journals including Television Quarterly, “The History of Public Broadcasting,” as well as Slate Magazine, The New York Times, People Magazine and U.S. News & World Report.

Selected Publications

2011

Quoted in Slate Magazine “Why We Should Save NPR…And Kill PBS,“ by Mark Oppenheimer
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2000

Quoted in “A History of Public Broadcasting,” by John Witherspoon and Rosselle Kovitz

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2000

Quoted in “TV on the Internet: Dawn of a New Era?” by John Pavlik

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1995

Quoted in “Cloudy Days at Public TV,” by Betsy Carpenter and Betsy Wagner in the U.S. News and World Report

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1992

Author for Current Public Telecommunications Newspaper “NPR Adds Spontaneity, Review of Talk of The Nation”

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