We’ve been a little more inquisitive than usual this week, having launched on Monday a new Question of the Day feature. This idea came from Nora Flaherty, who had seen the Question of the Day grow into a popular attraction at her former public radio home, WFUV in New York. I expect it will take a little while for us to figure out the best way to offer this, and to come up with questions you will actually want to answer, but we are persistent as well as nosy.
It’s also been extra lively around the station this week, as we absorb a record number of interns and try to sort out who does what, when and where. One of their number, Esther, perhaps recognizing our less than stellar organizational skills, suggested that the interns form an operating group within the station–an insurgency, if you will. After all, unless they can strike out on their own, the natural course of things at a media company will leave the interns post-producing audio, rewriting transcripts, and pounding in calendar events until they are fully exsanguinated.
Today’s Question of the Day is the one I put to our intern insurgency, by way of being agent provacateur:
What would you do with North Country Public Radio, if you could pry it from our cold, dead hands?
Submit your answers and other demands in a comment below, or just drop by with pitchforks and torches.