Earlier this year, Radio Open Source — the first public radio show to utilize the input of online communities — went on a “summer hiatus” after losing its funding source. It was a major disappointment for those of us charmed by Christopher Lydon’s whimsical looks at life and culture and his big thinking about building online conversations.
But times are better. The show has found new funding and a new home at the Watson Institute at Brown University.
Congrats and good luck to Lydon and producer Mary McGrath!