“I am supporting the United for Community Radio slate because I don’t want a KPFA that is ruled by an elite peerage of paid staff.
These self-appointed elites consume almost the entire budget while producing only 20 percent of the programs. I also would like the dedicated volunteer staff to be able to have an organized union voice of its own. And it would be grand if we could get more diversity in programming and personnel from time to time, bringing progressive ideas to the fore instead of the same old NPR imitations.
And I wish the elite paid staff would show some regard for KPFA’s (listener-supported) budget and not act as if they are pitted against a rich corporate giant.”
November 16, 2012 Add comments