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Friday, June 27, 2008 | As the public’s options for objective news coverage diminish, I shudder to think what will happen if NPR, KPBS and other public stations die. I don’t know Mr. Myrland, but KPBS [and any other other NPR affiliate] is one of the few last bastions of “reliable” information from which we can determine the truth.

They help us to critically think about the ‘other stuff’ the media hands us. I thank you —Doug Myrland, and the rest of the staff at KPBS. I hope the listeners of the station can keep it going and they find leaders like you, who can continue the excellent public service the station provides.

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