The Digital Divide: an Interview with Donna Wilhelm

Philanthropist and civic leader Donna M. Wilhelm pursues a mission to promote global connection and learning through education, arts and cultural and civil society initiatives as well as the preservation of the environment.

She serves as a Board Chair of TACA, trustee of Dallas Theater Center and KERA Public Broadcasting as well as on the Advisory Board for NCAR. In the following interview, Ms. Wilhelm shares her insights on the generational divide in the consumption of digital programming.

Take a listen and let us know what you think!

New Revenue Models: A Discussion with Dr. Bonnie Pitman

Dr. Bonnie Pitman, Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the University of Texas at Dallas and nationally recognized leader for her expertise and research in audience and civic engagement discusses the need for new revenue models for arts and cultural organizations.

Earned Relational Revenue- The Subscription Model and Symphony Orchestras

Jesse Rosen, President and CEO of the League of American Orchestras, shares his insights on the subscription model and its importance to symphony orchestras across the country.

Since becoming President and CEO of the League of American Orchestras in 2008, Mr. Rosen has been a leading voice for change, empowering the League’s 800 member orchestras with knowledge and perspective to navigate their own paths through a rapidly changing environment. We are honored that he has taken time out of his busy schedule to share his thoughts with us.