This is a feature-length piece derived from the research I conducted while earning my Masters of Public Affairs and Policy. While I love the concept of public broadcasting, I think its modern incarnations in the United States are not necessarily true to the vision of the idiom’s founders . . . and not for the ideological reasons often cited by those who perceive public broadcasting to have a political slant or agenda. Clink the link below to open the PDF file and learn where I believe public broadcasting’s true shortcomings lie.