House GOP-Led Appropriations Seeks Erasure Of CPB Funding


WASHINGTON, D.C. — For NPR Member stations, it has been stated repeatedly that nearly all of its operational funds comes from listeners and charitable donations — not from the federal government. Still, dollars distributed through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting via a Congressional act are vital to noncommercial educational radio and TV stations, with both NPR and PBS impacted by any Congressional action that could curtail funding.

That’s why the President/CEO of CPB is speaking out against a House of Representatives subcommittee’s funding proposal for fiscal 2024 that strips the corporation of significant dollars.

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