Agarwal's first report to the board was somewhat uneventful, but he confirmed that 2014 audit schedules were still not complete and that the audit process for 2014 has still not begun. The 2014 audit is 7 months past its due date and the 2015 audit is due to CPB and the State of California in 5 months.
At LA's KPFK, GM Radford;s marching orders for program change have taken down Pacifica's most successful overnight program, Roy of Hollywood's venerable Something's Happening, a much-loved Los Angeles institution which monetized the deep overnight hours for KPFK, a challenge no other network program has achieved. Despite a huge uproar and obvious negative financial implications for the struggling station, Radford proceded to knock off the midnight to 3am portion of the program (the most-listened to part - with Arbitrons often the highest of ANY KPFK program) and handed the time over to unproven new programs including that of her roommate Adam Rice. Radford left untouched the Friday to Sunday overnights, one of KPFK's financially weakest times, when the station often can't raise a penny during fund drives, preferring to replace a perceived "political enemy".