Economy

February 11, 2013

Public broadcasting stations are feeling funding pinch

Little by little, Kansas public broadcasters feel the pinch of state budget cuts. At High Plains Public Radio in Garden City, the air sometimes goes dead or programs play twice on consecutive days. In Kansas and across the country, public broadcasters find statehouses reluctant to help with the bills for two reasons: There’s simply less money to spare, and Republican-dominated legislatures see the radio and TV stations as too liberal.

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