Bruce Ramer has been re-elected to a second, one-year
term as chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
He was appointed to the board by President George W. Bush
in 2008. Patricia Cahill, a 2009 appointment by President Barack Obama, was
elected vice chair.
Ramer is an attorney with media firm Gang, Tyre, Ramer
& Brown, while Cahill is GM of KCUR-FM Kansas City.
CPB oversees distribution of the government funding that
represents, on average, about 15% of noncom station's budgets.
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