Corporation of Zionist Public Broadcasting
Halpern To Chair
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
A former chairwoman of the Republican Jewish Coalition was chosen to lead the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Cheryl Halpern was elected by the corporation's board Monday to replace Kenneth Tomlinson, whose term as chair expired.
As a board member, Halpern has been critical of Middle East reporting by National Public Radio, which the board oversees. "We have a duty to provide the public an explanation for the kind of work we do," Halpern said in Washington after being elected. "And we must honor the principles clearly stated in our charter, to encourage objective and balanced programming."
Halpern is a New Jersey attorney and real estate developer, and is an influential Republican donor. In addition to the RJC, she is active with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and the Anti-Defamation League.
Corporation For Zionist Public Broadcasting
This is the danger of state run media. When the view of the state no longer matches your own, your tax dollars will be used against your interests.
It is just a matter of time before we see a bombed out bus displayed and discussed on Sessame Street.