KQED members, by a 2 to 1 ratio, have voted to give up their right to elect members of the board of directors, the Chron reported. More revealing, however, is that only 15 percent of the public broadcasting organization’s members even bothered to send in ballots. KQED, which operates channels 9 and 54 and 88.5 FM, was one of the last nonprofit media institutions that gave its members such rights. [PPC Oct. 5, KQED’s plan to end membership elections]

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