Ward Chamberlin, Jr. — one of the founders of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Public Broadcasting Service and National Public Radio — died late last February. He was 95 years old. In 1968, when President Lyndon Johnson created the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Chamberlin was recruited as chief operating officer. He was tasked with defining […]
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