CPB Report Shows Public Radio Listener Contributions Increasing
December 9, 2013 at 4:31 AM (PT)
The CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING's report on public broadcasting revenue shows contributions to public radio rising and catching up to public television, reports CURRENT.ORG.
The report, covering 2002-2012, shows public radio's total contributions rising steadily over the decade from $217 million to $380 million, just short of TV's $404 million; radio had 2.84 million contributors, up from 2.4 million in 2002, while TV contributors fell from 4 million to 2.98 million over the same period.
See the report here.