We had a full schedule of in-depth discussions. Here is the final agenda for the meeting.
Thoughts and themes Tom Thomas and Terry Clifford, SRG
STRENGTHENING PUBLIC MEDIA JOURNALISM
Building the new WAMU JJ Yore, WAMU
Texas Standard Stewart Vanderwilt, KUT
Covering the Dallas shootings Jeff Ramirez, KERA
DIGITAL – STRONGER SERVICE, GREATER IMPACT, MORE RESOURCES
Becoming a digitally-driven organization Goli Sheikholeslami, Chicago Public Media
5 big lessons Dean Cappello, New York Public Radio
National infrastructure and distributed capacity Tom Hjelm, NPR
Optimizing individual giving Mark Fuerst, Public Media Futures
NPR | MEMBER COMPACT
Principles, models, and SRG member data Tim Eby, St. Louis Public Radio; Dave Edwards, WUWM; Tom Thomas and Terry Clifford, SRG
Next steps for SRG
CLASSICAL MUSIC RISING
Classical Music Rising station partners convened immediately following the SRG Retreat. Presentations from that meeting are available here.
Report from a working discussion on Opportunities in Public Media Journalism.
SRG's NPR Issues and Opportunities Committee draft memo on principles and business elements to guide the NPR | Member Station compact.
New York Public Radio President (and SRG Board Chair) Laura Walker's essay making the case for an exciting future that unites broadcasting, podcasting and more in an evolving relationship between NPR and stations.
NPR President Jarl Mohn's message connecting the powerful reasons for our past success with our competitive position for the future.
NPR's Mike Oreskes's letter to the Wall Street Journal about public radio's so-called "existential crisis."
An article from the Colombia Journalism Review on incorporating design into audience research.
A posting by Steven Goldstein of Amplifi Media on the mainstreaming of podcasting.