Monday, December 13, 2010

Public TV Station Shoots Current Through DC J-School

Thirteen/WNET's Former logo, 1999-2009. Still ...Image via WikipediaCurrent, the bi-monthly trade magazine about public broadcasting owned by New York City public broadcasting outlet, has been sold to American University's School of Communication, The New York Times reports.

The journal, which attracts 29,000 visitors monthly to its Web site and boasts a circulation of 4,000, was founded in 1980 by the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, but shifted to's predecessor in 1982.  WNET said the sale, the price of which was not disclosed, was a byproduct of the institution lacking the resources to operate a multimedia company while keeping a trade journal afloat.

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