The irony of the situation is that a prominent public radio executive, three days after the lunch but before it was exposed, told NPR
board members at a meeting that the leftist network made a mistake cultivating an audience of rich, white liberals.
But as a somewhat conservative black voice at a mostly white network, he also gave NPR
cover against long-standing accusations of liberal bias.
To de-emphasize its radio origins and further reflect the move to multiple media, NPR
announced earlier this year that it would prefer to be known simply by its acronym instead of National Public Radio.
In an interview this week on KLCC's "Northwest Passage," NPR
President Kevin Klose said the network wants "Morning Edition" to evolve into a two-host format with greater emphasis on breaking news for West Coast listeners.
also pressures new talent to mimic the style that those personalities have established.
people were drawing money out of the community in the form of pledge support, but they didn't bother to apply for a full-power station.
is the bigger, older brand -- and it is suffering a midlife crisis, with programming at the center of the problem.
The NAB and NPR
junta turned the volume up on their congressional connections in Washington.
failed, however, to tell listeners that both men professionally opposed the Clinton health plan, since both were paid lobbyists for various health insurers
It is possible to hear some of the segments recorded for NPR
I find the pillars of NPR
to be suffocatingly smug.