| April 12, 2019
In Oklahoma, a dispute that upended a three-decade partnership between a local public television station and its support foundation is resolved. According to the settlement terms, the support foundation will be dissolved and its assets to transfer to a new “friends” organization.
| January 9, 2019
In Oklahoma, a dispute between a public television station and its support foundation intensifies.
| February 1, 2018
A number of ads for Super Bowl LII will raise funds for nonprofits. While cause marketing does pose risks, there are also benefits, including building the audience for nonprofit work.
| November 8, 2017
Does Starfleet provide a model the nonprofit sector should Boldly Go toward? Vu Le is a believer in strategic federated support of our individual starships.
| November 7, 2017
With local news sources disappearing, how is the public supposed to meaningfully participate in self-government?
| June 23, 2017
The next episode of the CNBC show “American Greed” will focus on the Reynolds family, but it is one of many episodes featuring nonprofit scams.
| March 21, 2017
A famed children’s show adds a character with autism, showing all of us how to relate to each other in new ways.
| March 1, 2017
Seventy-three percent of Americans oppose federal funding cuts to PBS—an issue that, according to a new poll, both Democrats and Republicans can agree on.
| January 20, 2017
’Tis the night before inauguration, and all through the house…
| November 22, 2016
For those keeping score, it’s Trump zero, Clinton everybody in late night TV comedy.