Jefferson Public Radio

Peace Accord In JPR Struggle With SOU

A peace accord has been reached in the battle for control of Jefferson Public Radio, which broadcasts in Southern Oregon and Northern California. The Mail Tribune reports the parties announced Monday in Medford that Southern Oregon University will take control of all 22 radio stations and create a separate fundraising arm for other projects.
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Bates Concerned About Board Members Under Threat of Lawsuits

The recent dispute between Southern Oregon University and the Jefferson Public Radio Foundation has State Senator Alan Bates concerned about volunteer members of boards being the targets of lawsuits. Bates says he is researching how effective current state laws are in protecting people who serve on boards. If legislation is needed, he will pursue it.

Kitzhaber Weighs In On JPR Dispute

Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has stepped into a battle over control of Jefferson Public Radio, a network of stations heard in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
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Civic Leaders Call For Cooling Off in JPR Dispute

Local civic leaders are calling for a cooling-off period in a dispute over control of the Jefferson Public Radio network that serves Southern Oregon and parts of Northern California. The Mail Tribune reports Thursday that Medford Mayor Gary Wheeler, Ashland Mayor John Stromberg, and others fear the showdown could spin out of control.
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