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WBUR is phasing out arts criticism

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / July 15, 2006

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Boston University-based WBUR-FM (90.9) is changing the way it covers arts and culture. The public radio station is eliminating its online arts magazine, Arts Scene , and with it the position held by editor and arts critic Bill Marx. The station has, however, added a full-time arts reporter, Andrea Shea. Arts criticism will be phased out by the end of ... (Full article: 379 words)

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