KERA's fading signal

Richie Meyer prepares to leave behind a struggling public radio station

If Meyer wants a consulting deal while he stays in Taipei, he has already laid some of the groundwork. Last March--one month before he announced he was leaving--Meyer initiated a relationship between KERA radio and the Broadcasting Corporation of China's Music Network in Taipei. The two stations signed a "sister" agreement. The pact calls for the parties to establish "cooperative relations, exchange programs of mutual concern, exchange news and information, and to arrange the exchange of visits of personnel whenever possible." Meyer's son works as a translator for the Taipei radio station.

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