Pbs Depending on who you ask, public television is either an oasis of quality or an idea made irrelevent by the diversity and daring of competing networks. Do you still watch PBS or have other stations gained your loyalty? Join host Neal Conan to discuss the future of PBS.

Guests:

Paul Farhi
*Washington Post staff writer who has covered PBS
Pat Mitchell
*President and CEO of PBS
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Depending on who you ask, public television is either an oasis of quality or an idea made irrelevent by the diversity and daring of competing networks. Do you still watch PBS or have other stations gained your loyalty? Join host Neal Conan to discuss the future of PBS.

Guests:

Paul Farhi
*Washington Post staff writer who has covered PBS
Pat Mitchell
*President and CEO of PBS