December 18, 2007
Contact:
Leah Yoon, NPR

   

RECORDING ARTIST MOBY ON NPR’S THE BRYANT PARK PROJECT TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19

MOBY WILL GUEST DJ, OFFERING HIS “BPP PLAYLIST” AND PREVIEW TRACKS FROM HIS AS-YET-UNRELEASED NEW ALBUM; INTERVIEWS WITH HOST ALISON STEWART

ON-AIR AND ONLINE AT WWW.NPR.ORG/bryantpark


Washington, D.C.; December 18, 2007 – Recording artist Moby will Guest DJ, offering his “BPP Playlist” and preview tracks from his as-yet-unreleased new album on NPR’s The Bryant Park Project tomorrow, Wednesday, December 19. Following an interview with The Bryant Park Project host Alison Stewart, an exclusive web-only audio feature with Moby discussing his “BPP Playlist” and a sneak preview of a song from his new album, not airing in the interview, will be made available at www.npr.org/bryantpark.

Local station’s air time of the program is available at www.npr.org/stations. Audio of the interview will be available at www.npr.org.

All media excerpts must be credited to NPR News/“The Bryant Park Project.” Television audio and/or video usage must include on-screen NPR News/”The Bryant Park Project” credit with NPR logo throughout segment.

NPR News’ newest morning newsmagazine, The Bryant Park Project has been offering audio and video segments and full episodes since Spring 2007 to NPR.org and NPR Podcasts audiences. The two-hour daily morning drive radio show made its premiere on October 1 and is available through terrestrial, satellite and digital HD radio, and free streaming audio. The show, aimed at Adults 25-44, joins the NPR News line-up, which includes the landmark newsmagazine Morning Edition, the #1-rated morning radio show in America. The Bryant Park Project is produced at NPR New York.