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One of the natural laws in Philadelphia seems to be that WHYY CEO Bill Marrazzo’s salary becomes a talking point at least once a decade. […]
This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Commonspace Live’s “Looking Class”. Commonspace podcast director Gabriela Sanchez wants you to “step into our looking class” as […]
I think my New Year’s resolution for 2018 will be to avoid putting myself in predictable predicaments. I arrived at this conclusion after I left […]
WHYY’s Radio Times turns 30 years old on Friday. We chatted with the show’s longtime host, Marty Moss-Coane, about its early years, how it’s developed […]
Back in 2007, WHYY CEO Bill Marrazzo’s pay was called “excessive and inappropriate” by his employees. An Inquirer columnist demanded a boycott of the public radio station […]
You were born in Germany. How did you end up in Philly? I made a mistake that ended up in my favor. When I was […]
WHYY’s Terry Gross is one of 12 people set to receive a National Humanities Medal during a White House ceremony next week.
Radio Times, they are a-changin’. Marty Moss-Coane, the longtime host of WHYY’s call-in show Radio Times, announced on Thursday that she will be hosting only […]
Is this town big enough for two large-scale, grant-funded reporting enterprises? We’re about to find out. Tuesday’s announcement that the Philadelphia Media Network — owner […]
Today, Wednesday, November 25th, Andrew Wood, executive chef of Russet and Guillermo Pernot, chef-partner of Cuba Libre will be guests of WHYY’s Radio Times as […]
Chris Satullo, the former WHYY radio news honcho who left the station last month, has landed in a familiar spot: At Penn. The Annenberg Center […]
Matt Golas, founding editor of WHYY’s website PlanPhilly, has resigned from the NPR affiliate. WHYY spokesman Art Ellis said “he did not offer a reason for leaving,” […]
Chris Satullo, WHYY’s vice president of news and civic dialogue since 2008, is leaving the station. His last day of employment will be September 11th, […]
So maybe this is the future of journalism: Collaboration instead of competition. We’d already told you that WHYY would be partnering with Philly.com to cover […]