A Moment of Your Time to Help Public Broadcasting

I received this message from the good people at 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting and while I myself see the NPR/PBS outfits as essential puzzle pieces in the broadcasting landscape, they could use as thorough of a census as possible.  If you have about 5-10 minutes, please take a gander at this survey and fill it out as best as you can.  Thank you!

"We need your help! 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting has asked Hart Research Associates to conduct a short online member survey to better understand the key priorities and concerns of supporters of public broadcasting. Your participation is essential to the success of this research, which will help 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting be as responsive and effective as possible in engaging and representing the views of people like you who care about the future of public television and public radio in communities across the country.
This survey is for research purposes only. All responses will be completely anonymous and confidential, and the survey results will only be reported in aggregate. We will NOT share your personal information with anyone. No one will contact you, try to raise money from you, or solicit anything from you as a result of your participation in this study.
Please take a moment to complete the survey by clicking on the following link: 

If you have any questions about this project or difficulty completing the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Hart Research Associates at 170Million@hart-research.com.

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In order for your opinions to be included in this research, please complete the survey within the next 72 hours. Thank you in advance for your participation in this survey, and for your continuing support of 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting.


Geoff Garin

President, Hart Research Associates
1724 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20009"