December 2008

» NPR Music and WBGO/JAZZ88.3FM Ring In 2009 With Live Concerts Coast-To-Coast On “Toast Of The Nation”

» NPR Launches Groundbreaking "Mix Your Own Podcast"

» Wicked Author Gregory Maguire Pens Original Christmas Tale For NPR

» Fleet Foxes Named “Best Album Of 2008” If NPR Music All Songs Considered Poll, As Voted On By NPR Listeners

» At Year's End, NPR Picks The Best Music and Books Of 2008

» Tough Economy Forces NPR to Address Unexpected Shortfall in Revenue

November 2008

» NPR Journalists' Car Bombed, November 30, 2008

» NPR and StoryCorps Kick-Off First Ever National Day of Listening; November 22 – November 28, 2008

» NPR Statement on Relationship to “The Infinite Mind” Public Radio Program

» NPR Music’s Carrie Brownstein Releasing Four Songs Recorded with Mary Timony as “The Spells” for Listen and Download Beginning Today

» NPR Music Offers “Exclusive First Listen” to Albums from Neil Young and Paul McCartney, Weeks Ahead of ReleaseS - The Fireman’s Electric Arguments Streaming at NPR Music Now, Young’s Sugar Mountain Available November 24

» Alaska Senator-Elect Mark Begich Discusses Impact of Senator Ted Stevens’ Conviction on Election on NPR News’ Morning Edition Today

» NPR Donates Use of Future Headquarters Site to Capital Area Food Bank

» NPR Names Vivian Schiller as President and Chief Executive Officer

» Reverend Jesse Jackson says his Tears for “Martyrs and Murdered Whose Blood Made Last Night Possible” on NPR News Tell Me More Today

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Offer Eight Hours of Live Election Night Coverage, On-Air and Online, from 7pm to 3am - NPR Follows Election with Special Series, Coverage

» NPR News Broadcasts “Talk of the World” with Desmond Tutu, Vicente Fox, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Thursday, November 6

October 2008

» NPR Music’s “Live in Concert Series” Features Elephant 6 Collective’s Chicago Performance, Today, October 27

» From Angola Prison In Louisiana, NPR News Examines the Crime that Kept Two Men In Solitary Confinement for 36 Years, and the Questions About Their Conviction that Remain NPR’s Laura Sullivan Hears New Evidence, Witness Accounts, in Three-Part Series on All Things Considered, October 27-29

» NPR EXCLUSIVE: Toni Morrison Reads From Her New Novel A Mercy - NPR.org’s Book Tour to Feature Pre-Publication, Audio Serialization of A Mercy and Webcast Interview, October 27-30 - NPR’s All Things Considered Host Michele Norris to Interview Morrison in Exclusive Broadcast Interview, October 27

» Voters Candidly Talk Race and Politics, in York, PA - Conversation Airs Tomorrow on Morning Edition and All Things Considered; Excerpts Below

» U.N. High Commissioner Navanethem Pillay Says Lack of Implementation Halting Human Rights Progress, Calls for all Nations to Participate in Follow Up to Controversial 2001 World Conference on NPR News Tell Me More Today

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Offer Nine Hours of Live Election Night Coverage, On-Air and Online, From 8PM to 5AM (ET)

» Captioned Radio Broadcast to Enable Millions of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing to Experience NPR's Live Coverage of Presidential Election for the First Time

» NPR Announces Property Development Deal with Boston Properties

» Governor Bill Richardson Describes Strained Relationship with Bill Clinton on NPR News Morning Edition Today

» NPR Announces Property Development Deal with Boston Properties

» Senator John McCain “Guardedly Optimistic” on Passage of Financial Bailout, says Governor Sarah Palin Shares his World View Interview Airing on Morning Edition Today

September 2008

» NPR Music Exclusive: NPR Music to Stream Entire Bob Dylan Album, “Tell Tale Signs,” Week Ahead of Release - Full Album Available at NPR Music Beginning September 30

» Kinsey Wilson Named Senior Vice President and General Manager, NPR Digital Media

» House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Bailout Agreement will be Reached when “It Is Right and Ready” on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Wednesday, September 24

» NPR News Poll of Voters in 14 Battleground States has McCain with Slight Lead Over Obama

» NPR News Interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Interview Airing on Morning Edition Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 23

» Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich on the $700 Billion Bailout: “I Don’t Understand What They Think They’re Doing” Interview on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Monday, September 22

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Offer Live Debate Coverage, Post-Debate Analysis, On-Air and Online

» RNC Chairman Mike Duncan Addresses Negative Campaigning, Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin’s Qualifications on NPR News Tell Me More Tomorrow

» NPR News Exclusive: Bush Administration Amplifying Efforts to Target Osama Bin Laden Before the Administration Leaves Office Military Operation in First Phase Along Afghanistan / Pakistan Border - Interview Airing on All Things Considered

» First Lady Laura Bush Discusses Importance of National Service, Returning to “Normal Life” After the White House on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Thursday, September 11

» Radiohead Concert Webcast and Podcast at NPR Music - Entire Show, Recorded Live at Santa Barbara Bowl, Available Beginning Monday, September 8 at Noon

August 2008

» NPR Raises the Bar in Pop Culture Blogosphere Bringing Diverse Audiences Entertaining News They Can Use

» The Wife of Senator Barack Obama Discussed Her Focus for Tonight as she Takes the Stage at the Democratic National Convention on NPR News All Things Considered, Today August 25, 2008

» NPR News Names Three as 2008-2009 Joan B. Kroc Fellows for Public Radio Journalism

» NPR News Exclusive: Cindy McCain’s Half Sister Comes Forward, Talks About Their Estranged Relationship and Being Ignored by the Media

» Leroy Sievers, NPR Commentator and Blogger, Creator of Online Cancer Community “My Cancer,” has Passed Away at the Age of 53 August 16

» NPR News Interviews Georgian UN Ambassador Irakli Alasania and Alexander Darchiev, Russia’s Charge D’Affaires in Washington on NPR News' Day to Day Today, August 11

» NPR news has exclusive interview with Charles Ivins, brother of suspected antrhax killer Bruce Ivins.

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Provide Extensive Live Coverage On-Air and Online of Democratic and Republican National Conventions

» NPR Music Webcasts Randy Newman In Concert on August 5

» Senator Barack Obama Discusses Emergency Economic Plan, Responds to “Race Card” Remarks by McCain Campaign on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, August 1

July 2008

» PRI and NPR Announce Deal to Grow Public Interactive®, Public Media's Leading Web Services Company

» NPR Music Live Webcasting and Broadcasting Concerts from the Newport Folk Festival and JVC Jazz Festival Newport

» NPR Music Exclusively Webcasts, Podcasts Tom Waits In Concert

» General David Petraeus To revisit Troop Levels In Iraq Based On "Conditions," Measures Political Progress In Iraqi Government On NPR News' Morning Edition today, July 28

» NPR Statement on FCC Approval of Sirius/XM Merger

» NPR Launches Open API: New Programming Tool Enables Digital Media Users to Integrate and Share NPR News Content

» NPR News Program The Bryant Park Project to End Production

» NPR Music Live Webcasts Ten Concerts from WXPN’S 2008 XPoNential Music Festival in Camden, NJ, on Friday, July 11

» Reverend Jesse Jackson says Comments about Obama were “Pejorative and Embarrassing Personally,” Argues “Broader Message” Needed for Black Community on NPR’S News & Notes, Today, Thursday, July 10

» Ted Koppel to Guest-Host NPR News’ Talk of the Nation on Wednesday, July 9

» NPR News Advisory: Iraqi Negotiators Exploring Alternatives to Status of Forces Agreement

» NPR to Distribute Long-Running Live Performance Radio Show Mountain Stage with Larry Groce

» NPR News Receives Two 2008 RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Awards

» NPR News and Features Now Available on iPhones

June 2008

» NPR News Reports: U.S. Attorney May File Additional Indictments Against Bear Stearns Executives Dina Temple-Raston Reporting for NPR News Today, Friday, June 27

» MEDIA ADVISORY: Condoleezza Rice Talks with Weekend Edition Saturday Host Scott Simon About U.N. Resolution Classifying Sexual Assault As War Crime; Program Airs Tomorrow, Saturday, June 21

» NPR News Reports: Grand Jury Expected to Indict First Two Wall Street Executives in Mortgage Crisis Report Airing on NPR News Day To Day Today, Wednesday, June 18

» Governor Ted Strickland “Absolutely Not” Joining Obama Ticket if Asked. Interview Airing on NPR News All Things Considered, Tuesday, June 10

» NPR Music and WBGO to Live Webcast and Broadcast Jazz Concerts “Live at the Village Vanguard”

» NPR News “Election 2008” Offers Live On-Air and Online Coverage of the June 3 Primaries

May 2008

» Reaction to McClellan Book: Ari Fleischer, Former Press Secretary for President George W. Bush Says He’s “Heartbroken” on NPR News Day To Day Today, Wednesday, May 28

» NPR News Exclusive: Bush Administration Considering Massive Marine Conservation Effort Report Airing in NPR News’ All Things Considered, Interview with Correspondent John Nielsen on Day To Day Today, Friday, May 23

» David Axelrod Says Obama “Willing to Go More Than Half Way” on Compromise over Florida and Michigan Delegates on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Wednesday, May 21

» Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) Pursues Legislation Designed to Battle Cancer with New Vigor on NPR News Day To Day Today, Wednesday, May 21

» NPR News’ All Things Considered Continues Unprecedented Coverage of China Earthquake and Aftermath from Chengdu, May 19-23

» NPR News “Election 2008” Offers Live On-Air and Online Coverage of the May 20 Primaries

» NPR News Continues Investigations Into Treatment of Soldiers Suffering from PTSD on All Things Considered on Friday, May 16

» Admiral Timothy Keating Tells NPR News Morning Edition that Myanmar’s Military Government has Given U.S. "Implicit Permission" to Provide Relief Supplies

» NPR News Documentary Examining Crime and Mental Health Problems at FEMA Trailer Park for Katrina Victims Honored with Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award

» NPR News May 13 Update on its Sichuan Earthquake Coverage: Robert Siegel, Melissa Block Travel to Hardest-hit Areas Northwest of Chengdu

» NPR News Update on its Sichuan Earthquake Coverage: Melissa Block on-location at Collapsed Middle School; Reporting Despite Police Intervention; Robert Siegel to Report from Collapsed Hospital

» NPR News Reporting From Epicenter of Earthquake in China’s Sichuan Province

» All Things Considered Explores China’s Future Through Its Different Generations with Reporting from Chengdu, May 19-23

» NPR News “Election 2008” Offers Live On-Air and Online Coverage of the May 6 Primaries

April 2008

» Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Discusses His New Book, Being A Part of the McCain Dream Ticket and His Eternal Gratitude Towards President George H.W. Bush on NPR News' Morning Edition Monday, April 28

» NPR News’ “Election 2008” Offers Live On-Air and Online Coverage of Pennsylvania Primaries, April 22

» Senator Barack Obama Responds to Campaign Ad, Defends Second Amendment in D.C. Handgun Ban on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Monday, April 21

» Former President Jimmy Carter on his Recent Diplomatic Mission: “[The State Department] They Never Once Asked Me Not to Come” on NPR News’ Morning Edition, Today, April 21

» Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Victims Who Met With Pope Benedict XVI at Private Meeting Today Speak to NPR After the Gathering on Updated Editions of NPR News All Things Considered Today, Thursday, April 17

» Dalai Lama Acknowledges Critics’ Right to Protest, Laments Loss of Tibetan Culture Under Chinese Rule on NPR News Morning Edition Today, April 14

» NPR’S Talk of The Nation to Broadcast Live from the Newseum on April 8

» Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel Writes of Bearing Witness for “This I Believe” NPR Essay on All Things Considered, April 7

» NPR'S Irreverent News Quiz Show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Wins Peabody Award, Thanks Politicians, Newsmakers and Celebrities for Providing Fodder

» FAA Whistle-Blowers Charalambe "Bobby" Boutris and Doug Peters Speak Ahead of Congressional Testimony

» NPR News Marks 40th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination with Special Reports on All Programs, April 3-April 11

» NPR News Reports: Rumor About Sexual Orientation May Have Led to Dismissal of Career Justice Department Attorney

March 2008

» Tift Merritt Performs Live and Takes Listener Calls on NPR News Talk of the Nation Thursday, March 20

» David Petraeus, Commanding General of the Multi-National Force in Iraq Discusses the Progress Being Made There, Troop Levels and the Strategy Behind “Sons of Iraq”, on NPR News Day to Day Today, Tuesday, March 18

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» NPR News Exclusive: His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan Discusses Middle East Peace, Iraq Troop Withdrawal on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Thursday, March 6

» NPR Acquires 1111 North Capitol Street NE, Washington, D.C., for New Worldwide Headquarters

» NPR News “Election 2008” Offers Live On-Air and Online Coverage of the March 4 Primaries

February 2008

» NPR News Reports: Iraqi Court Sets Aside Conviction for U.S. Citizen Story Airing on All Things Considered Today, February 29

» NPR News' Larry Abramson and Marisa Penaloza Win Education Writers Association Award For 12-Part Series Chronicling a Baltimore High School's Efforts to Meet the Standards set by Law

» Bill Keller, New York Times Executive Editor, says Today’s Front Page Article on McCain was “Not A Gotcha Story” on NPR News’ All Things Considered, February 21

» NPR Music Marks Return to South by Southwest by Live Broadcasting and Webcasting Three Concerts

» Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) Discusses His Role as a Superdelegate and Says He Would Consider Voting Against His Constituents

» NASA’s Dan Tani Contributes “This I Believe” NPR Essay from International Space Station on Weekend Edition Sunday, February 17

» NPR Podcast Directory Hits 617 Titles

» House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Questions Senate Democrats’ Stimulus Package on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Wednesday, February 6

» Eric Schoomaker, Army Surgeon General, Denies Instructing Veterans’ Affairs to Stop Assisting Injured Soldiers with Disability Paperwork; on NPR News’ All Things Considered, Today, February 7

» NPR News to Reveal Internal Document Instructing Veterans’ Affairs Staff to Stop Assisting Injured Soldiers with Disability Paperwork; on Morning Edition, February 7

» Response from Ken Stern, Chief Executive Officer, NPR, To Administration’s Proposed Public Broadcasting Cuts in FY 2009 Budget

January 2008

» NPR News “Election 2008” Offers Seven Consecutive Hours of Live On-Air and Online Super Tuesday Coverage, February 5, 8:00PM-3:00AM (ET)

» NPR News Reports: Army Officials Instructed Veterans' Affairs Office to Stop Assisting Injured Soldiers in New York with Military Disability Paperwork

» NPR News Offers Live Multi-platform Coverage of the State of the Union Address, January 28

» Senator John Kerry says Electing Barack Obama as President “Would have a Powerful Message all Across the World” on NPR News Tell Me More Today, Wednesday, January 16

» NPR News Exclusive: FBI Counterterrorism Official Bassem Youssef says Inexperience and Lack of Arab Language Skills Hampering The War on Terror and Causing Civil Liberties Violations on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, January 11

» NPR and South Carolina ETV Radio cancel live national Republican debate

» Political Strategist Karl Rove Reacts to New Hampshire Primary Results on NPR News Tell Me More

» Senator Hillary Clinton Asks Voters to Compare Results on NPR News Morning Edition Today, Monday, January 7

» RIAA President Discusses Recording Industry Position on Copying Music to Personal Computers on NPR News “Talk of the Nation” Thursday, January 3

» NPR News to Offer Eight Consecutive Hours of Live Iowa Caucus Coverage, January 3 Beginning 4:00pm (ET), On-Air and at NPR.org


December 2007

» Six-Month NPR News Series Launching January 2 Explores Famous American Fictional Characters

» NPR Music and WBGO/JAZZ88.3FM Ring in 2008 with 28th Annual "Toast of the Nation: Nine-Hour Performance Special

» NPR and South Carolina ETV Radio to Present Live National Republican Presidential Debate on January 16

» NPR Music Unwraps 2007's Best

» Recording Artist Moby on NPR’S The Bryant Park Project Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 19

» Republican Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee Describes “Intense Scrutiny” on his Faith on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, December 14

» Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan says odds of a Recession are "Clearly Rising"; Denies the Federal Reserve Fueled the Housing Bubble and Acknowledges Diminished Power of the Federal Reserve

» NPR News Travels China’s Yellow River: Series Visits Communities Along the “Mother River” to Explore the Environmental, Social and Political Issues on its Banks on All Things Considered, December 10-14

» Former Guantanamo Bay Interrogator Shares Her Belief in the Power of Redemption in Personal Essay for This I Believe on NPR’S Weekend Edition Sunday, December 9

» Presidential Democratic Candidates Address Iran, Immigration and China in NPR News and Iowa Public Radio Debate

» NPR News and Iowa Public Radio Democratic Presidential Debate: Complete Transcript - Tuesday, December 4

» Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Monday, December 3

November 2007

» Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Discusses Today's Middle East Peace Talks, Renewed Negotiations with Palestinians on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Tuesday, November 27

» NPR Expands Its Debate Programming with Special Edition of Talk of the Nation, Live from Des Moines on December 3

» NPR and Iowa Public Radio Announce Details For Live National Democratic Presidential Debate on December 4

» NPR NEWS REPORTS: Pentagon Figures Show Substantially more Troops Discharged for Mental Health-related Behavior Issues Than Before the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

» Neko Case, in Concert from Walt Disney Concert Hall, Available Live on NPR Music Multimedia Web Site Friday, November 16, at 11 pm (ET)

» New "NPR Music" Multimedia Site Launches Today, Monday, November 5

» Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto Responds to General Musharraf's Emergency Rule on NPR News Weekend Edition Sunday Today, Sunday, November 4

» CPSC Acting Chair Nancy Nord Defends Trips Paid for by Regulated Industries on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, November 2

» NPR News Exclusive Interview with Michael Battle, Former Director of Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys

October 2007

» Top Marine Corps Defense Lawyer Alleges Abuses of Military Justice System on NPR News All Things Considered today, Tuesday, October 30

» Best-Selling Author Robert Fulghum Offers This I Believe Essay on the Value of Dancing Airing on Weekend Edition Sunday, October 28

» NPR’S The Bryant Park Project Launching Interactive Series on Nuclear Power

» Former New York Times Reporter Kurt Eichenwald Shares the Untold Story Behind his Controversial Times Article, Disclosing why he Couldn't Remember Paying a Source, to NPR'S David Folkenflik on All Things Considered Tomorrow, Friday, October 19

» Maria Thomas Named Senior Vice President, NPR Digital Media

» Sen. Barack Obama Responds to Rep. John Lewis' Endorsement of Sen. Hillary Clinton for Democratic Presidential Nomination on NPR News All Things Considered Tomorrow, Saturday, October 13

» Mitch Praver Named Chief Operating Officer, NPR

» Justice Clarence Thomas Accuser Angela Wright says Thomas "Perjured Himself onto the Supreme Court" on NPR News' Tell Me More with Michel Martin Today, Tuesday, October 9

» NPR News' Rachel Martin Wins Religion Newswriters Association Award for Report on Latino Exodus from Catholicism to Islam

September 2007

» Kurdish Rebel Group Claims to Have Killed 100 Iranian Troops and to Have Established Ties to U.S.

» Andrea Seabrook Joins All Things Considered as Weekend Host Starting September 29

» NPR News Weekend Edition Sunday Offers Rare Interview with Billionaire Chuck Feeney on September 30

» NPR News Reports: General Richard Myers Critical of Bush Administration for not Re-Nominating General Peter Pace as Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

» Jena Mayor Gives Statement in Response to Claims of White Supremacy on NPR News News & Notes Today, Tuesday, September 25

» David Barker Speaks Out on the Attack on His Son on NPR News Day to Day Today, Friday, September 21

» Alicia Shepard Named Ombudsman, NPR

» Major General Walter E. Gaskin Discusses the Future of Iraq after the Death of Sheikh Sattar on NPR News News & Notes Tomorrow, Thursday, September 20

» Senator Hillary Clinton Discusses Her "Unique Perspective" on Health Care Reform on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Tuesday, September 18

» NPR and WGBH Acquire NPB to Create New Sponsorship Company Representing Public Radio, Television and Digital Media

» NPR News Names Three as 2007-2008 Joan B. Kroc Fellows for Public Radio Journalism

» NPR News Reports: Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki's Government Withholding Anti-Corruption Resources from Watchdog Agency, According to Draft U.S. State Department Report Obtained by NPR News

August 2007

» Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Discusses Plan to Help Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure on NPR News All Things Considered

» NPR News' Dina Temple-Raston First Journalist Allowed to Tour FBI's Terrorist Screening Center

» Presidential Candidate John Edwards on NPR News Tell Me More with Michel Martin

» NPR News Covers Second Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Throughout All Programs This Week

» Crandall Canyon Mine Owner Bob Murray Says Mine Will Not Reopen and Be Sealed, Search for Trapped Miners to Continue with Sixth Borehole

» Republican Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee Praises Clintons' Family Values on New NPR Morning Show The Bryant Park Project

» Transsexual Sports Columnist Christine Daniels (Formerly Mike Penner) Talks to NPR Newsmagazine Day to Day Tomorrow, Wednesday, August 15

» Former Iraqi Prime Minister Dr. Ayad Allawi Says Iraq Needs New Nonsectarian Government on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Monday, August 13

» White House War Czar Lt. Gen. Douglas Lute on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, August 10

» NPR News Documentary Reveals Mental Health Issues and Crime Plaguing FEMA Trailer Park in Southern Mississippi; Report Airs on All Things Considered, August 8

» The Kitchen Sisters Explore the Secret World of Food and Communities in "Hidden Kitchens Texas," New One-Hour Special from NPR and KUT Austin

» NPR News Exclusive Interview with Founder of Muslim Extremist Group in Trinidad Linked to JFK Plot

July 2007

» NPR News' Mike Shuster Gains Unprecedented Access to Nuclear Facility in Iran and Interviews Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and Iran's Chief Nuclear Negotiator Ali Larijani

» NPR News Investigates High Instance of Rape Against Native American Women in Two-Part Report on All Things Considered, July 25-26

» Former Secretary of State General Colin Powell Asserts Military Cannot Maintain Current Commitment in Iraq, Says Administration "Must Bear Responsibility" for Lack of Post-Invasion Planning on NPR News All Things Considered Wednesday, July 18

» Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Says U.S. Will Not Engage with Hamas on NPR News All Things Considered

» Annie Callaway Davis Named Vice President for Development, NPR and Executive Director, NPR Foundation

» U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald to Play "Not My Job" on NPR Quiz Show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Airing July 21-22 and Available as NPR Podcast

» National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley Discusses America’s Long-Term Role in Iraq, Disputes Reports on the Strength of Al-Qaida on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, July 13

» Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL), Democratic Presidential Hopeful Talks to NPR News About His Position on Affirmative Action, Solution for Iraq, and Likens Himself to President Reagan

» NPR's "Doyenne of Dirt" Dishes in a New Blog: "Talking Plants with Ketzel Levine" Now at NPR.org

» Senator Pete Domenici (R-NM) Discusses Breaking Ranks with White House Over Iraq War on NPR News All Things Considered

» NPR News' Philip Reeves Wins South Asian Journalism Association Award for Reporting on Abductions in Sri Lanka

June 2007

» Peace Activist Held Hostage in Iraq Offers This I Believe Essay on All Things Considered, Monday, July 2

» Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN) Explains Departure From President’s Iraq Policy and Motivation Behind Monday’s Speech

» NPR News’ Ari Shapiro Reports Judge Brett Kavanaugh did not Disclose Prior Involvement in White House Discussions about Enemy Combatants During Confirmation Hearing

» First Lady Laura Bush Discusses Pending Trip to Africa on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, June 22

» NPR News Media Correspondent David Folkenflik to be Honored with Two National Press Club Awards

» From NPR News Baghdad Bureau: Performance and Interview with Iraqi "Baghdadi Square" Singers on Morning Edition, June 20

» NPR Music and WNYC Radio Present Live Online Concert with Rufus Wainwright from Gramercy Theatre on Saturday, June 9

» U2's Bono Talks to NPR News about the Impact He Has on World Leaders in Reducing Global Poverty and Raising Awareness of AIDS

» Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Refuses to Talk to President Musharraf to Negotiate a Return to Pakistan

» Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile Urges Indicted Congressman William Jefferson to Resign

» NPR News Reports on “The Exoneration of Larry Peterson”

»Calling All Bookworms: NPR.org Launches 'Book Tour' Podcast and Announces Summer Books Series for 2007

» Ryan Crocker, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Discusses Iraq's Parliamentary Calendar and the Consequences of Ending the U.S. Engagement in Iraq

» Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto Discusses Returning to Pakistan to Aid Democracy; Negotiating Power with President Musharraf on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Monday, June 4

» NPR News Wins 2007 Silver Gavel Award from the American Bar Association

» Elizabeth Edwards Plays "Not My Job" on NPR's Quiz Show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Airing June 2-3

May 2007

» NASA's Top Climate Change Scientist James Hansen Reacts to NASA Chief's Remarks on Global Warming: "I Almost Fell Off My Chair" Calls NASA Administrator Michael Griffin's Comments: "Remarkably Uninformed" and Says Research Support for Climate Change Has Been "Dramatically Decreased" on NPR News Day to Day Today, Thursday, May 31, 2007

» NASA Administrator Michael Griffin Not Sure That Global Warming is a Problem; Discusses NASA Priorities Which Include Permanent Outpost on the Moon on NPR News Morning Edition Today, Thursday, May 31, 2007

» NPR News Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg to be Honored with 2007 Gracie Tribute Award® for Distinguished Career and Leadership in Broadcast Journalism

» NASA Administrator Michael Griffin Not Sure That Global Warming is a Problem on NPR News Morning Edition Tomorrow, Thursday, May 31, 2007

» In Only Broadcast Interview During U.S. Visit, British Prime Minister Tony Blair Discusses War on Terror, Middle East Peace and Global Climate Change on NPR News Morning Edition Today, Friday, May 18

» “Father Of The Internet” Vint Cerf Shares Belief in Respecting Others – In Person and Online – In Essay for NPR’s This I Believe Series

» NPR and Iowa Public Radio to Permit Full Public Access of January 9-10 Presidential Debates, Following Original Broadcasts and Webcasts

» Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf on NPR News Tell Me More with Michel Martin Today, Thursday, May 17

» Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq Barham Salih on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Monday, May 14

» General Dan McNeill, NATO Commander of International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, Confirms Civilian Casualties in Airstrike

» Adrienne Hallett Chosen for Public Radio Leadership Award

» Cheryl Smith Chosen for Public Radio Leadership Award

» Eduardo Hauser Named to NPR Board of Directors

» NPR News Talk of the Nation to Broadcast Two-Hour Live Program On-Location with Audience from National Naval Medical Center, Tuesday, May 8

» NPR Wins Three Webby Awards

» Ted Koppel Faces Latest Challenge: "Not My Job" Contestant on NPR Quiz Show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Airing May 5-6

April 2007

» Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) Discusses Compromising with White House to Pass Iraq War Spending Bill on NPR News All Things Considered

» NPR Music and WNYC Radio Present Live Online Concert with BJÖRK From United Palace in New York City on Saturday, May 5

» NPR and National Geographic Launch "Climate Connections" May 1

» Alison Stewart and Luke Burbank to Host New NPR Morning News Show and 24-Hour News Service

» Philanthropist Melinda Gates Advocates for Americans to Make Education Top Domestic Issue in 2008 Election on NPR News All Things Considered

» First Lady Laura Bush Urges Action on Country's First National Malaria Awareness Day; Discusses the Importance of Faith-Based Initiatives and Sex Education on NPR News & Notes

» Chair of Veterans Disability Benefits Commission, Lt. Gen. James Terry Scott, Addresses Disparities in Disabled Veterans' Benefits on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, April 20

» Acquaintance of Cho Family Describes Seung-hui, Recalls Last Conversation with Cho Family on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Wednesday, April 18

» Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM) Urges Open Talks with Pyongyang Following Trip to North Korea

» Updated: NPR News Offers Live Multi-Platform Coverage of Senate Judiciary Committee's Hearing on the Department of Justice Oversight

» NPR Commentator and Blogger Leroy Sievers Brings Together His Online Cancer Community for the First Time On-Air to Discuss Living with Cancer for NPR News Talk of the Nation

» Craigslist.org Founder Shares His Belief in "That Golden Rule Thing" in Essay for NPR's This I Believe Series on NPR News All Things Considered Monday, April 16

» Congressman Henry Waxman (D-CA) to White House and RNC: "Unless we get the information we request, they should well know that a subpoena could be served on them" on NPR News' Day to Day

» House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Defends Meeting with Syrian President on NPR News All Things Considered

» Former Bush Campaign Strategist Matthew Dowd on NPR News All Things Considered

» Ellen Weiss Named Vice President for News, NPR

» John Negroponte, Deputy Secretary of State, on NPR News All Things Considered

» NPR Files Memorandum in Response to Order on Motions for Rehearing of the Copyright Royalty Board Judges

March 2007

» Alvin Ailey's Judith Jamison Offers Personal Essay on Living Honestly for NPR's This I Believe on NPR News All Things Considered

» MLB Player and Detroit Tiger Gary Sheffield Discusses Steroids, Training with Bonds and 20 Years in the Game on NPR News All Things Considered

» Congressman John Lewis (D-GA) Tells NPR News His 2008 Presidential Endorsement Options Between Senators Clinton and Obama Are a "Tough Decision"

» NPR News' Morning Edition Reports: Nine Sunni and Shia Children Killed During Soccer Game in Baghdad

» Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) Comments on Kyle Sampson's Testimony Before Judiciary Committee, Future of Attorney General Gonzales on NPR News All Things Considered

» NPR Releases CD of Listeners' Favorite Animal Stories "Driveway Moments 5: All About Animals" at shop.npr.org

» NPR News Exposes "The Forgotten War" - Series Measures Progress of War on Drugs and Takes a Hard Look at Drug Czar John Walters on All Things Considered, April 2-6

» Mary Tillman, Mother of Army Ranger Pat Tillman, Faults Pentagon Report on Her Son's Friendly-Fire Death in Afghanistan

» Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, Rock Star?

» NPR and NPR Member Stations Nationally Applaud FCC Approval of Digital HD Radio Multicasting

» White House Counselor Dan Bartlett on the White House Response to a Possible Subpoena for Rove on NPR News All Things Considered

» Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tells NPR News White House Aides Must Testify Under Oath on Firings of U.S. Attorneys

» NPR Files Motion For Rehearing With Copyright Royalty Board

» Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) on NPR News All Things Considered - Judiciary Committee Member Discusses Attorney General Gonzales' Future

» NPR Ratings Hit New High: 26.5 Million Weekly Listeners

» Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) Threatens Subpoenas in Investigation of White House Involvement in Firing of U.S. Attorneys on NPR News All Things Considered

» NPR Music and NPR Member Stations Collaborate to Bring the South by Southwest Music Festival to Public Radio Listeners Everywhere

» Bob Dole, Co-Chair of the Commission on Care for Returning Wounded Warriors, Talks to NPR News about Taking on His New Post and Ideas on How to Improve Hospital Care for Veterans

» NPR News Wins 2007 Gracie Award® for "Outstanding News Series" Examining the State of Solitary Confinement in the Nation's Prison System

» Christopher Hill, Assistant Secretary of State, for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Talks to NPR News Morning Edition about the Recent Meeting with His North Korean Counterpart on Disarming North Korea's Nuclear Program

» Ambassador Joseph Wilson Urges Bush to Not Pardon I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Tuesday, March 6

» Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS), Republican Presidential Hopeful, Talks to NPR News About Garnering Support from the Conservative Base as Well as Beyond the Base as a "Bleeding Heart Conservative"

» Secretary of Veterans Affairs James Nicholson Outlines Changes to Treatment Policies on NPR News All Things Considered

» Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Addresses Recent Market Volatility, Chinese Economy On NPR News All Things Considered

» News & Notes to Air "StoryCorps Griot" Oral Histories

February 2007

» White House Press Secretary Tony Snow Appears On NPR Quiz Show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! Airing March 3-4

» Iraq Economic Coordinator, Timothy Carney, Says U.S. Cannot Realize All Policy Goals in Iraq on NPR News All Things Considered

» Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL), Democratic Presidential Hopeful Talks to NPR News About His Upcoming Trip to Alabama for the Selma Anniversary and Racial Identity

» Israeli Ambassador to U.S., Sallai Meridor, Calls Iran "Most Serious Threat to the World" on NPR News All Things Considered

» And the Winner Is...NPR.org Announces Winning Entries for First Ever "Write Your Own Oscar Speech" Contest; Winners Take the Podium on NPR's Multi-Platform Network

» NPR News Explores "Alternatives to the College Admissions Game" Multi-Part Series Airing Across News Programs February 22-25

» The Flaming Lips Frontman Wayne Coyne Offers Personal Essay on Happiness for NPR's This I Believe on NPR News Morning Edition Monday, February 26

» NPR News and Iowa Public Radio to Produce Live National Presidential Candidate Debates, January 9-10; Debates to be Exclusive to Radio and Internet

» Media Advisory: NPR News to Offer Continuous Coverage of House Debate on Iraq Resolution

» NPR and NPR Member Stations Launch Fifth Phase of Podcasting; New Titles Include "Fresh Air" and Video Podcast, "Morning Becomes Eclectic"

» Iranian Ambassador to the U.N., Javad Zarif, Says U.S. Fabricating Iran's Involvement in Iraq on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, February 9

» Douglas Feith, Former Undersecretary of Defense Responds to Pentagon Inspector General's Report on NPR News Day to Day Today, Friday, February 9, 2007

» NPR News Presents History of Shi'ite Faith and Politics in Five-Part Series "The Partisans of Ali" on Morning Edition, February 12-16

» NPRomantic: John Waters is Valentine's Day Guest D.J. on NPR Music's Online Series All Songs Considered

» Public Radio Reporter/Producer Shereen Meraji Chosen as Spring 2007 NPR-Bucksbaum International Fellow

» Nicholas Burns, Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Says Diplomacy Can Ease Iran Tensions, on NPR News Morning Edition

January 2007

» House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Calls the Situation in Iraq "Chaotic" on NPR News Morning Edition Today, Wednesday, January 31

» NPR News Exclusive: President George Bush Discusses Iraq, Iran, Global Warming and Party Politics on NPR

» NPR News Exclusive: President George Bush Comments on Recent Deadly Battle in Najaf, Iraq, in NPR News Interview

» Congressman Tom Tancredo Calls for Stricter Immigration Reform and Discusses How This Will Impact His 2008 Presidential Aspirations on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, January 26

» NPR News Exclusive NPR News to Interview President George Bush on Monday, January 29

» Jendayi Frazer, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Discusses Recent U.S. Air Strike in Somalia on NPR News Morning Edition Today, Friday, January 26

» In NPR Morning Edition Interview, Smokey Robinson Finds “Dreamgirls” “Very, Very, Very Offensive” and Believes the Film’s Stars Demean Their Own History

» Think You Can Do It Better? NPR.org Now Accepting Entries for First-Ever 'Write Your Own Oscar Speech' Contest

» NPR News Offers Live Multi-Platform Coverage of President Bush's State of the Union Address

» New Poll From NPR News and Pew Research Center Looks at Political Polarization and Collaboration in America

» Jazz Bassist Christian McBride Voices personal essay on “Being Cool” for NPR’s All Things Considered Monday, January 22

» Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Opposes Bush Plan in Iraq and Calls for Cap on American Troop Numbers on NPR News' Morning Edition

» NPR News Wins duPont-Columbia Award for Its Iraq Coverage

» Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) Calls the Situation in Iraq "The Biggest Foreign Policy Blunder in the History of Our Country" on NPR News All Things Considered

» Sacha Baron Cohen – sans Borat - Talks about His “Hit Man” Style, His Newfound Fame and the Professional Virtues of Facial Hair On NPR Newsmagazine Day to Day, Friday, January 12

» Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Calls Bush's Iraq Policy "A Pretty Desperate Cause" on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Tuesday, January 9

» Iraqi National Security Advisor Dr. Mowaffak Al Rubaie Denies Filming Saddam Execution and Confirms Arrest of Three Suspects on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Wednesday January 3

» NPR to Launch New Morning News and Information Concept

December 2006

» NPR Berlin to Offer Original Christmas Day Special: The Story Behind Leonard Bernstein's Historic Berlin Performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9

» NPR to Offer the Most Memorable and Moving NPR Stories of the Past Year From a Dog’s Addiction to Sucking on Toads to an Investigation of the Military's Treatment of Soldiers Returning from War

» Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Whether the Country is Ready for a Woman President, Universal Health Care, and What She Would Say to Her Critics on NPR News' Morning Edition

» Yusef Islam (Cat Stevens) to Perform Live and Take Listener Calls on NPR's Talk of the Nation Monday, December 18, 2006

» NPR Music and WBGO/Newark's Annual Coast-to-Coast New Year's Eve Music Special to Celebrate Four Midnights Across the U.S.

» Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) and Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) Join NPR News' Talk of the Nation to Discuss Future of National Guard and Army Reserve

» NPR's Talk of the Nation Explores the Growing Role of the National Guard and Army Reserve in the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

» Vernon Jordan, Iraq Study Group Member Discusses the Commission's Report, Civil Rights - on NPR News News & Notes Today, Friday December 8

» NPR's All Songs Considered's "Best CD of 2006" Special Live Call-In Show Tuesday, December 5

» Special NPR News Broadcast on the Iraqi Study Group Report

November 2006

» NPR News Investigates Military Treatment of Soldiers Suffering from PTSD and Other Mental Health Problems Associated with War on All Things Considered on Monday, December 4

» NPR Exclusive: I. King Jordan, Outgoing Gallaudet University President, Discussed Campus Protests and Future of Deaf Education Today on Talk of the Nation

» NPR Exclusive: I. King Jordan, Outgoing Gallaudet University President, to Appear on Talk of the Nation, Wednesday, November 29

» Congressman Rangel Warns of "Winners and Losers" in Coming Tax Debate

» For the Holidays NPR Shop Offers An NPR Jazz Christmas and Car Talk's Greatest Stories Ever Told

» For the Holidays: NPR Branded Gifts and Apparel from the NPR Shop

» Calling All News Junkies: Test Your Wits with the Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! Daily News Quiz on npr.org Starting Today at www.npr.org/waitwait

» KPBS-FM and NPR Receive $1 Million Gift To Strengthen Local Public Radio Journalism

» NPR and WNYC to Broadcast Live U.S. Premiere of Sir Paul McCartney's Ecce Cor Meum, from Carnegie Hall on November 14

October 2006

» Former Secretary of the Army Togo D. West Jr.: "We Have No Choice" But to Provide the Iraqi Government a Timetable

» Vice President Cheney Says Iraq Handover Still 'Has a Long Way to Go'

» NPR News to Offer Nine Consecutive Hours of Live Election Coverage, November 7

» NPR Honors Five Historical Recordings Preserved by the Library of Congress in Five-Part Series on All Things Considered Weekend

» National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley Says Progress in Iraq is Not Moving Fast Enough in an Interview Airing Today on NPR'S All Things Considered

» Karl Rove on Why He Believes the Republicans Will Keep the House and Senate Despite Polls to the Contrary in an Interview Airing Today on NPR's All Things Considered

» Rock Critic Robert Christgau Joins NPR as Contributing Critic for All Things Considered

» NPR Ratings Remain Strong Despite General Radio Declines

»
Chief U.S. Negotiator Sees "Indications" of North Korean Preparations for a Second Nuclear Test, But Test is Not "Going to Happen Imminently" in an Interview on NPR's Morning Edition Today, Wednesday, October 18, 2006

» Media Advisory: Wilco Returns to NPR Music's Hit Live-Online Concert Series Thursday, October 19

» Statement From Andi Sporkin, Vice President For Communications, NPR Regarding Dr. I. King Jordan Cancelling His Appearance On Talk Of The Nation

» NPR Receives Department of Education Grant to Develop Accessible Radio Technology for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Blind and Visually Impaired Communities

» Outgoing Gallaudet University President I. King Jordan Joins NPR's Talk of the Nation for Discussion on his Legacy and the Controversy Over His Successor Thursday, October 12, 2006

» NPR Shop to Offer Several Unique Gifts for the Holidays

» "Balance of Terror": U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad Describes Effort to End Sectarian Violence in Baghdad in Interview on NPR's Morning Edition Today, October 3, 2006

September 2006

» Iraqi President Jalal Talabani Says that His Country Will "Make Trouble" for Iraq's Neighbors if They Do Not Stop "Interfering" in Iraq, in an Interview on NPR’s Morning Edition

» Ken Stern Named Chief Executive Officer, NPR

» Former President Bill Clinton Discusses Vision for U.S. Torture Policy and the Importance of Engagement in Iran on NPR's Morning Edition

» Canadian Maher Arar Addresses His Imprisonment and the Report that Exonerated Him

» NPR to Redefine News & Notes as Multimedia Program

» NPR to Mark the Five-Year Anniversary of 9/11 with Special Programming Across All News Programs

» NPR to Offer Audio of Ted Koppel's Live Discovery Channel Town Meeting to Member Stations

» American Public Media to Assume Production and Distribution of Performance Today and SymphonyCast; American Public Media to Contribute Wide Range of Music Content to New NPR Digital Music Service, Tentatively Launching in First Half of 2007

August 2006

» NPR Developing Digital Music Service
» National Black Programming Consortium to Provide Talk of the Nation with Video Profiles of Katrina Survivor Guests Appearing on August 28 Edition
» Public Radio Reporter/Producer Nazanin Rafsanjani Chosen as Fall 2006 NPR-Bucksbaum International Fellow
» Michele Norris Honored by National Association of Black Journalists for Hurricane Katrina Coverage; Allison Keyes Recognized for Civil Rights Series
» Renowned Illusionist David Copperfield to Offer Personal Essay On This I Believe Segment on All Things Considered, August 21
» FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein Addresses FCC Crackdown on Fake News Reports on NPR's Talk of the Nation Today, Wednesday, August 16
» NPR’s Mandalit del Barco Honored with Third National Association of Hispanic Journalists Award for Excellence in Radio Journalism
» NPR Explores "Katrina: Where the Money Went" Multi-Part Series Airing Throughout News Programs, August 27-30
» NPR Explores End of Life Care for Children on All Things Considered Wednesday, August 9, 2006
» Hacking the Himalayas - Tech Contributor Xeni Jardin's Four-Part Series on How the Internet is Changing Tibetan Life
» NPR Music Launches New Interactive Online-Only Feature, "Shadow Classics" Wednesday, August 9
» Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns, Says U.S. is in Productive Talks with Allies in Regard to Policies in the Middle East
» Castro Confidente Says Cuban President Will Return to Work in Weeks -- Interview with Head of Cuba's National Assembly Ricardo Alarcon Airs on NPR's All Things Considered on Wednesday, August 2, 2006

July 2006

» Solitary Confinement: How Effective Is It?
» Grammy Winner India.Arie to Perform Live and Take Listener Calls on NPR's Talk of the Nation Thursday, July 20, 2006
» Skateboarding Icon Tony Hawk to Offer Personal Essay on This I Believe Segment on All Things Considered, July 24
» NPR Names Three Graduates for Joan B. Kroc Fellowships for Public Radio Journalism

June 2006

» NPR Music and WXPN Philadelphia Present Live Online Concert with Jose Gonzalez, Juana Molina and Psapp, July 1
» NPR Midday Newsmagazine Day to Day Wins Two 2006 Edward R. Murrow Awards For Coverage of Hurricane Katrina Aftermath
» Veteran Journalist Leroy Sievers Launches "My Cancer" Multi-platform Series Monday, June 26
» NPR Music's Live Online Concert Series Continues With Gomez and The Bad Plus, June 22
» Statements of Public Broadcasters on House Subcommittee's Vote To Cut Federal Funding for Public Broadcasting by 23 Percent

May 2006

» NPR's Performance Today Presents a Beethoven Symphony Marathon Featuring Exclusive Concerts by the Philadelphia Orchestra, June 5 - 16
» NPR to Launch 11 New Podcasts Beginning May 24
» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues With The Walkmen, May 25
» NPR Wins Five "Webby" Awards
» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues With Mogwai, May 10

April 2006

» NPR Music and WXPN Philadelphia Live Online Concerts Resume with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones April 21
» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues With Toots and the Maytals, April 23
» Year-Long Chronicle of South African Teenager's Life With Aids to Air as Half-Hour Documentary on All Things Considered, April 19

March 2006

» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues With Yeah Yeah Yeahs, April 3
» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues With Arctic Monkeys, March 27 and Neko Case, April 9
» A Family's Personal Story About Dealing With Terminal Illness - New Half-Hour Documentary Airing On All Things Considered, March 27
» The Vagina Monologues' Eve Ensler to Offer Personal Essay On This I Believe Segment on All Things Considered, March 20
» NPR Music's Hit Online Concert Series Hits 20 With New Shows by Belle & Sebastian with The New Pornographers, March 6 And Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, March 8

February 2006

» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, February 20
» Bill Marimow Named Vice President For News, NPR
» No More "Wait, Wait"-ing: Irreverent Quiz Show Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Plus All 24 NPR Daily Newscasts Now Available As Podcasts
» Madeleine Brand Joins Alex Chadwick as Host of "Day to Day," NPR Midday Newsmagazine

January 2006

» NPR News to Offer Two-Hour Live Coverage of President Bush's State of the Union Address
» NPR Music's Online Concert Series Continues With Colin Meloy and Laura Veirs, January 28
» NPR Music and WXPN Philadelphia Expand Partnership With Four Live Online Concerts
» Former U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher To Offer Personal Essay on This I Believe Segment On All Things Considered, January 23
» NPR Sends Birthday Gift to Mozart on His 250th: More Than 60 Hours of Programming Spanning NPR Music And NPR News
» Ted Koppel to Join NPR as Senior News Analyst
» Michel Martin Joins NPR to Host New Daily Two-Hour Program in Development For Late 2006
» NPR to Offer 12th Annual Musical Tribute to the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

December 2005

» NPR News Investigates Conflicting Views About Rebuilding The New Orleans Levees Before The Next Hurricane Season In Special Report Airing On Today's All Things Considered
» NPR To Offer Gavel-To-Gavel Coverage And Daily Wrap-Up Program Of Samuel Alito Confirmation Hearing
» The Godfather of Soul James Brown Feels Good With New Live, Online NPR Concert, December 28
» Sacred Classics, Original Choral Music Series, to be Distributed by NPR for Sunday Mornings, Beginning January 1
» Robert Krulwich Returns To NPR
» Morning Edition Series "Hidden Kitchens" Honored with Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award
» NPR's Annual New Year's Music Special to be the First Live National Music Broadcast from New Orleans Since Katrina
» NPR Acquires Exclusive National Distribution of From The Top, Radio's Premier Showcase for America's Finest Young Musicians
» NPR News Investigates Death of Jamaican Detainee in U.S. Detention Center Due to Substandard Medical Care, on All Things Considered December 5

November 2005

» NPR Music to Feature Two New Online-Only Concert Performances November 30 and December 6: Iron and Wine with Calexico, Sinead O'Connor with Sly & Robbie
» Liane Hansen And Neal Conan Go Where They've Never Gone Before: As Husband-And-Wife Co-Hosts
» Magician Penn Jillette's Essay on How Not Believing in God Makes Him a Better Person on NPR's This I Believe, November 21...
» Groundbreaking 22-minute First-person Documentary About Adult Survivor of Childhood Lobotomy to Air on All Things Considered, November 16
» NPR Doubles Its Podcast Content to 33 Titles, Launching Today
» Michael Feinstein Named Co-Host of NPR's Live Broadcast of Porgy and Bess, on November 12
» NPR News to Explore Terrorism in the Horn of Africa In Five-Part Series on All Things Considered, November 7 - 11

October 2005

» NPR News Details the Final Hours of the Only Abu Ghraib Detainee Whose Death Was Ruled Homicide and Examines Trail of U.S. Accountability on Today's All Things Considered
» NPR to Explore Crucial Global Health Issues in Multi-Part Series Beginning October 29 on NPR News Magazines
» NPR/National Geographic's "Radio Expeditions" Visits Heaven On Earth - The Ancient Indian City Where Krishna Followers Believed He Lived - In Three-Part Series Airing On Morning Edition October 31-November 2
» We Wondered, 'Who In Television Would Have The Guts To Take Him On?" -- Journalism Pioneer and NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr On Working With Murrow, Six Decades As A Groundbreaking Journalist And The Current State Of News And Broadcasting
» NPR to Offer Landmark Live Broadcast on November 12 Of Porgy and Bess, On Gershwin Opera's 70th Anniversary
» Legendary Oral Historian, Author and Radio Personality Studs Terkel Offers Personal Essay on This I Believe on NPR’s Morning Edition, October 24
» Senator John McCain Contributes Personal Essay to NPR’s This I Believe, on the October 17 Edition of All Things Considered
» NPR Music’s Hit Online-Only Concert Series Has Been Listened to More Than A Quarter Million Times

September 2005

» In Exclusive Interview with NPR's Nina Totenberg, Justice Stephen Breyer Offers Insight into the Supreme Court And The Major Issues They Face
» Greg Chapman of Houston, TX to be Broadcast Essayist On October 3 Edition of This I Believe, NPR Series Exploring Personal Values
» Sixth Edition of Top-Selling Compilation CD Series "I heard it on NPR" To Be Released September 27
» NPR's This I Believe Features Essay by Cleveland's Ted Gup On September 12 Edition of Morning Edition
» Bill Gates Personal Essay on NPR's This I Believe, September 19
» WBGO Jazz88.3FM and NPR to Produce Worldwide Radio Broadcast Of Landmark "Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Concert," September 17
» NPR News Explores How Hurricane Katrina Planning Tragically Went Awry in Special Report Airing on Today's All Things Considered
» NPR Music's Hit Online-Only Concert Series Returns With Two New Concert Performances September 11, 27: Sigur Ros and The White Stripes
» NPR Offers Gavel to Gavel Coverage and Daily Wrap Up of John Roberts Testimony (Editors: Note Revised Information)

August 2005

» NPR's This I Believe Hits 5000 Listener Submissions
» Gloria Steinem's Personal Essay on NPR's This I Believe, August 22
» NPR Listener and USA WEEKEND Magazine Reader Ruth Kamps of Waukesha, WI to be Broadcast Essayist On August 15 Edition of This I Believe, NPR Series Exploring Personal Values
» Live from Washington, D.C. to the World

July 2005

» NPR Names Three Outstanding Scholars To Its First Kroc Fellowships
» Deirdre Sullivan of Brooklyn, NY to be Broadcast Essayist On August 8 Edition of This I Believe, NPR Series Exploring Personal Values
» Jackie Lantry of Rehoboth, MA to be Broadcast Essayist On August 1 Edition of This I Believe, NPR Series Exploring Personal Values
» Arab Bloggers, Televangelists, Music Videos, Reality TV and More
» HIV/AIDS Doctor's Personal Essay Coming to This I Believe
» Iranian-Born Novelist and Professor Azar Nafisi's Personal Essay on This I Believe, the NPR Series Exploring Values

June 2005

» Phyllis Allen of Fort Worth, TX to be Broadcast Essayist On July 11 Edition of This I Believe
» Social and Political Commentator Andrew Sullivan's Personal Essay on This I Believe
» Help An Oscar-Winning Sound Editor Search For Sound For His Next Movie
» Newt Gingrich Contributes Personal Essay on June 27 Edition of This I Believe
» Debbie Elliott Named Weekend Host of All Things Considered
» Fifty-One Years After Contributing to Edward R. Murrow's Original Series, Elizabeth Deutsch Earle of Ithaca, NY Is Essayist for NPR's New This I Believe
» Steve Porter of Cleveland, MO Chosen As Broadcast Essayist For This I Believe Series
» NPR's Performance Today Performs Undiscovered Bach Aria
» NPR To Distribute World Cafe from WXPN Philadelphia
» NPR Listener Colleen Shaddox of Hamden, CT Chosen As Broadcast Essayist For This I Believe
» NPR's Jason Beaubien Honored with "Award for Excellence in International Reporting" by InterAction
» Former President Clinton is guest for one-hour special edition of NPR's Talk of the Nation, Friday, June 3

May 2005

» Frederic Reamer of Providence, Rhode Island and Sarah Adams, Seattle, Washington, Join Colin Powell, John Updike, Norman Corwin and Isabel Allende as Broadcast Essayists On New NPR Series Exploring Personal Values, "This I Believe"
» Congressmen Blumenauer and Gillmor Receive Public Radio Leadership Award

April 2005

» NPR's April 28 Morning Edition Breaks Broadcast Exclusive About Discovery Of Iconic American Bird Considered Extinct for 60 Years
» NPR's Tomorrow Radio Initiative Brings Multicasting to Digital Radio
» NPR Wins Peabody Award for Iraq Reporting
» NPR's Car Talk Listeners Pick Ugliest New Car
» NPR's Daniel Zwerdling Wins Investigative Reporters & Editors Top Award For Radio

March 2005

» NPR Programs, Member Stations Attract Record-Breaking Audiences
» NPR Presents This I Believe
» NPR's Nina Totenberg Wins Prestigious Carr Van Anda Award

February 2005

» Andi Sporkin Joins NPR as Vice President, Communications
» NPR Presents New Series on Regional Theaters Airing on All Things Considered
» NPR Now Distributing the Live Evening News Program On Point

January 2005

» NPR's News & Notes with Ed Gordon to Launch January 31st
» NPR's Tomorrow Radio Revolution

December 2004

» NPR's Toast of the Nation Surrounds the New Year
» NPR to Launch News & Notes; Ed Gordon Selected as Host
» Inskeep, Montagne Named Permanent Hosts of Morning Edition

November 2004

» Statement of NPR and the African American Consortium Regarding Tavis Smiley's Contract Renewal

September 2004

» NPR to Broadcast All Four Debates
» NPR Presents National Broadcast Premiere of the Earliest Bruce Springsteen Recording

August 2004

» Driveway Moments 2: A New CD of Must-Hear Stories from NPR
» NPR Launches Kroc Fellowship Program

July 2004

» NPR Follows an American Diva
» Car Talk Signs with NPR through 2009
» We're Recording: NPR Hands the Mic to the Next Generation

June 2004

» NPR Goes "On the Beat" with America's Police Force
» Ray Charles' Funeral to Air on Select NPR Member Stations
» NPR to Invest Additional $15 Million in NPR News
» NPR Applauds Protection of Radio Reading Services
» Simon and Garfunkel to Premiere Song on NPR's Weekend Edition

May 2004

» Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska Receives First-Ever Public Radio Leadership Award

April 2004

» "Mandela: An Audio History" on NPR's All Things Considered Series will air the week of April 26, 2004

March 2004

» NPR'S Bob Edwards Leaving Morning Edition Host Chair to Take on New Assignments as NPR Senior Correspondent
» Former Baltimore Sun Editor Named Managing Editor For NPR News
» NPR'S Nina Totenburg Granted Advance Access to Justice Harry A. Blackmun's Files

February 2004

» NPR'S Anne Garrels Wins Prestigous Polk Award
» NPR News returns to Iraq with one of Saddam Hussein's former translators

January 2004

» NPR Names Robert G. Holstein as Chief Information Officer
» Tomorrow Radio Project Announces Stellar Test Results

December 2003

» NPR News Wins 2003 Dupont Award
» NPR News and the WOI Radio Group Sponsor Radio-Only Debate with Democratic Presidential Candidate in Des Moines

November 2003

» "PBS/NPR Newsbrief" Announces Journalists Beverly Kirk and Sheilah Kast as Anchors
» NPR Receives a Record Bequest of More Than $200 Million

October 2003

» J.C. Watts, Jr. Becomes Commentator for NPR's The Tavis Smiley Show
» NPR Recommends no change in protections for Radio Reading Services and one-year trial implementation for LPFM
» NPR News Presents "Prairie Diaries"

September 2003

» Cinny Kennard to Manage NPR West

August 2003

» Streaming Video of Performance Today Event Broadcast Available on NPR.org from Aug. 14-21
» Ambassasdor William B. Taylor Discusses Greater Role for U.S. in Afghan Government in Exclusive Interview on NPR's All Things Considered

July 2003

» Day to Day, A New Radio Program From NPR, Debuts Nationally on July 28
» All Songs Considered 3 CD Showcases New And Unusual Music Featured On NPR

June 2003

» NPR Summer Interns Produce Radio Show
» Morning Edition from NPR News Presents "Honky Tonks, Hymns and the Blues"
» Latino USA Celebrates Ten-Year Anniversary with Special Programming
» NPR News and WOI Radio Group Sponsor Radio-Only Debate With Democratic Presidential Candidates - January 6, 2004
» PBS Partners With NPR To Deliver Live Newscasts To PBS Stations

May 2003

» NPR debuts "At Home In The World"
» WHYY'S Terry Gross, Host of Fresh Air, Honored with Prestigious Murrow Award, for 'Outstanding Contributions to Public Radio'
» NPR Announces Partnership with CPRN Music Service
» NPR and Slate Magazine to produce weekday radio program "Day to Day" premieres in July 2003

April 2003

» University of Maryland to house NPR News Collection
» NPR News Wins 2002 Overseas Press Club Award for Series on Mideast Conflict
» Yiddish Radio Project, Sonic Memorial Project Wins Peabody Awards
» NPR Productions Win Gracie Allen Awards

March 2003

» The Beatles-The Lost Tapes on NPR.org All Songs Considered Live Webcast on March 14 at 2PM ET
» NPR Names Rodney Huey as Vice President for Communications
» AOL Radio@ Network and NPR Team Up To Offer Award-Winning Radio Programming To AOL Members

February 2003

» NPR and Local Stations "GetActive" About Online Communication
» NPR Names Michael Riksen as Vice President for National Affairs
» NPR Hires Director of Diversity Management Swanston to Focus on Diversity in Programming, Workplace
» Cochran Tells NPR's The Tavis Smiley Show He Will Represent Families of Chicago Nightclub Tragedy
»
NPR News and BBC Present Global Town-Hall on Iraq
» Statement of Public Broadcasters in Response to the President's 2004 Budget Plan

January 2003

» NPR.org's All Songs Considered Premieres First-Ever Live Web Program: Be Good Tanyas to Appear on Janaury 21 2PM ET Webcast
» NPR Receives $14 Million from MacArthur Foundation
» NPR Initiates Tomorrow Radio Project, Kenwood USA and Harris Corporation to Join the Project's First Development and Testing Team
» Smiley Celebrates First Year With NPR -- January 6-10 Series to Feature Best of 2002 Plus Comedy, Motivational Speakers, Thoughts on Race in America and a Personal Interview

December 2002

» NPR News Wins 2002 DuPont Award
» NPR News Airs Documentary About First Women Pilots to Fly Aircraft in the Military
» Edward Asner and Anne Meara Star in NPR News Radio Drama December 16-20 on Morning Edition

November 2002

» Chief Charles Moose Speaks About Stereotyping, Leaks, and Other Aspects of the Sniper Attacks with NPR's Tavis Smiley
» NPR Shop Makes Online Gift-Giving Easy Unique
» Condoleezza Rice Discusses U.S. Position On Iraq in a One-on-One Interview with NPR's Tavis Smiley to Air November 12
» Hugh Price Steps Down as President of National Urban League
» Kofi Annan Tells Tavis Smiley he Expects a U.N. Resolution on Iraq This Week

October 2002

» NPR Covers the West in November Programs and Events to Celebrate New West Coast Production Center
» Tavis Smiley Hosts National Radio Show Live in Atlanta October 30, 2002
» Edward Asner, Anne Meara, Ed Begley, Jr., Richard Kind and Derek Cecil to Star in NPR News Radio Play
» NPR West Opens November 2, Expanding Network's Presence and Reach
» NPR Supports FCC Selection of IBOC Technology
» NPR News Announces New Weekend Host for All Things Considered
» NPR Taps ABC News Correspondent Michele Norris to Co-Host All Things Considered
» NPR News Presents Special Election Night Coverage Include Interactive Listener Discussion

September 2002

» Oprah Winfrey Talks About Fame, Faith and Her Future in First-Ever NPR Interview with Tavis Smiley
» NPR Presents Special Series on the Middle East Week of September 30 on Morning Edition
» NPR Selects Veteran NPR News Correspondent as Co-Host of All Things Considered
» NPR to End Distribution of Weekday Talk Show Public Interest Hosted by Kojo Nnamdi

August 2002

» Tavis Smiley Brings A Bold, New Voice To Alabama Public Radio
» Media Expert Available For Analysis and Commentary About Journalism Post 9-11-01
» Dole to Leave VP Position at NPR

July 2002

» Voices of Reflection -- NPR'S Coverage of September 11, 2002
» NPR Now Portable in Europe, Africa and the Mideast on WorldSpace
» The Building Stewardesses Who Put a Pretty Face on Controversial WTC Profiled on Lost & Found Sound's Sonic Memorial Project
» NPR Presents Special Audio Diary Featuring Teenager's Account Of Life And Death Battle
» J.C. Watts Speaks About His Decision To Retire From Congress In Interview With NPR's Tavis Smiley

June 2002

» Mohawk Ironworkers Who Built the World Trade Center Profiled on Lost & Found Sound's Sonic Memorial Project
» NPR Worldwide Now Heard in Afghanistan
» NPR's Daniel Schorr Available for Watergate Analysis and Commentary
» Mideast Web Portal at NPR.ORG Extends Access to Mideast Coverage: Audio, Transcripts Available Free of Charge
» New York City, "Still Standing Tall" On July 4th — Special Jazz Concert Presented by NPR®
» Lisa Simeone Named Host of World of Opera


May 2002

» World Trade Center and 9/11 Remembered on Lost & Found Sound's Sonic Memorial Project
» Tavis Smiley Brings a Bold, New Voice to Los Angeles Airwaves
» NPR® Celebrates Legendary Journalist Robert Trout
» Bill Clinton Says He Would Be Surprised If There Was A Talk Show In Interview With NPR'S Tavis Smiley
» NPR'S Tavis Smiley Asks Bill Clinton About the Middle East, Politics, and Goals for the Future
» NPR® Appoints Directors for Music and Entertainment Units
Arts Information Unit Adds Hosts, Staff

» NPR® and National Geographic Society Win Sigma Delta Chi Award
» Rising Star Vocalist Rene Marie, In Rehearsal Radio/Web Show Delves Into The Creative Process

April 2002

» Overseas Press Club Honors NPR® — Best Radio Coverage We Have Ever Heard
» Bill Gates Discusses Court Testimony in Exclusive Interview with NPR's Tavis Smiley
» Eartha Kitt is Special Guest on Live NPR Quiz Show Hosted by WSHU Public Radio in Norwalk
» NPR Expands Westward Coverage, Presence Enhanced With New Production Center
» Cornel West Outlines "Pull toward Princeton" and "Push from Harvard" in Exclusive Interview with NPR's Tavis Smiley
» Will He Stay Or Will He Go? - I've Certainly Reached a Decision, Professor Cornel West Tells NPR's Tavis Smiley
» NPR's Daniel Schorr To Receive Murrow Award

March 2002

» NPR® Collects Two Peabody Awards For September 11 Coverage and Jazz Profiles®
» NPR Programs Attract Record-Breaking Audiences Public Radio Listenership at All-Time High
» Murray Horwitz Named Director And Chief Operating Officer of AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center
» Susan Stamberg Returns as Host of All Things Considered®

February 2002

» Noah Adams Signs Contract To Write Book
» Weekend All Things Considered® Wins 2002 Gracie Allen Award
» LA Plays Host to NPR Quiz Show
» NPR Celebrates the "Golden Age" of Yiddish Radio

January 2002

» New Car Talk Study Helps Solve Customer Dilemma
» "Foolin' Around" With NPR®
» Radio Series Unveils the Origins of 52 American Icons
» National Geographic Channel and NPR® News Witness Finding of 2,000-year-old Site in Peru
» Jazz Divas Are Talk of the Nation
» New York Works Captures New York's Vanishing Professions
» A King Celebration 2002 To Broadcast Nationally
» Lisa Simeone to Leave Weekend All Things Considered®
» Cornel West Discusses Harvard Controversy In Exclusive NPR Interview
» Tavis Smiley Brings a Bold, New Voice to NPR

December 2001

» NPR® News Wins 2002 DuPont Award
» BRINGING THE WORLD HOME: NPR and Novica Establish Online Partnership
» Linda Wertheimer Takes on New Assignment
» Madeline Albright Reveals Exercise Regimen For "Kicking Ass"

November 2001

» Quiz Show on Location in Phoenix
» President Putin Speaks With America — Special Call-In Program From NPR News

October 2001

» NPR Taps Amazon.com Executive to Lead NPR.org
» Robert Siegel to Speak About Recent News Events
» NPR and the Motley Fool Announce New Partnership — The Motley Fool Radio Show Joins NPR

September 2001

» Popular Public Radio Series Inspires Book
» Neal Conan is Named New Host for Talk of the Nation
» The DNA Files Confronts Controversies in Genetic Science

August 2001

» NPR's In Rehearsal Catches Musical Artists In the (Creative) Act
» New Executive Producer For All Things Considered®
» Juan Williams To Become Senior Correspondent
» St. Louis Serves As Backdrop For Live National Radio Show

July 2001

» Living on Earth Broadcasts Live From UN Summit on Climate Change
» Award-Winning Vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater Named New Host of NPR'S Jazzset

June 2001

» Buffalo is Focus of National Radio Show
» San Francisco Serves as Backdrop for Live National Radio Show
» PBS and NPR Team Up to Produce a New Television Initiative

May 2001

» NPR and African American Public Radio Stations Announce Agreement with Tavis Smiley to Develop New Morning Show
» Rochester to be Talk of the Nation on May 31
» NPR On Location In Seattle
» New Digital Satellite Channel Adds to NPR's Strong Global Presence — NPR Worldwide Now Reaches Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Russia, North Africa and Central Asia

April 2001

» Reno Serves as Backdrop for Live, National Radio Broadcast
» National Public Radio Wins Two Peabody Awards
» National Public Radio And Minnesota Public Radio Win Scripps Howard Award

March 2001

» NPR News and Michigan Radio Host Live, National Broadcast Focused on Affrimative Action and Higher Education
» NPR Taps Award-Winning 60 Minutes Producer Jay Kernis for Senior V.P. of Progamming Post
» NPR Spans The Globe To Bring Listeners a New Symphonic Program

February 2001

» Radio Explores Technology's Effect on the Human Condition
» New Assignments For NPR News Reporters
» NPR Offers Listeners Another Way To Stay Connected WBUR's The Connection Added To Talk Programming Line-Up

January 2001

» NPR News and KERA 90.1 Host Live Broadcast : Dallas, TX Serves as Backdrop for National Forum » Two National Public Radio Co-Productions Win Dupont Awards
» NPR and PBS Announce Landmark Collaboration : Broadcasters to Join Forces On-Air and Online for Content and Promotion
» Inauguration 2001: NPR will present comprehensive, live coverage of Inauguration 2001
» A King Celebration 2001: A Classical Music Tribute to Dr. King Featuring Mezzo-Soprano Carmella Jones and Clarinetist Don Byron

December 2000

» Joint Statement from NPR and International Association of Audio Information Services
» NPR'S Cultural Programming Division Honored with the National Medal for the Arts
» NPR Names Wisconsin Public Radio Director as New Vice President for Member and Program Services
» NPR News and KPCC 89.3 FM Examine Americans' Changing Views of Religion and Spirituality
» A King Celebration 2001 Honors Dr. King's Life and Legacy Through Music
» NPR's Senior Vice President for Programming Resigns
» NPR Online Shop Opens With Holiday Gifts for NPR Fans
» NPR Worldwide Expands its Reach and Visibility with Live, Shortwave Transmissions and an International Ad Campaign

November 2000

» NPR News Goes Behind Bars in New Documentary Series Prison Diaries to air on All Things Considered
» NPR and bigchalk.com Bring Election Coverage Curricula To America's Classrooms via New Web Resource

October 2000

» NPR Presents Aaron Copland Week
» NPR News Presents Mom's Good Move
» Cleveland Hosts NPR Talk Shows
» Margaret Low Smith Named Vice President for NPR2, NPR's New Satellite Radio Unit
» NPR News and WCPN 90.3 FM Cleveland Present: Talk of the Nation, The Diane Rehm Show and Public Interest, Together in Cleveland
» NPR News Reports: Some Hospitals Shun Drug Used With RU-486
» Witness to an Execution, An Extraordinary Glimpse Into the Chambers of a Texas Death House, Airs October 12, 2000 on All Things Considered
» NPR News and PBS Frontline Special Report: Collaboration Provides Fresh Perspective on the National War on Drugs October 9-13, 2000
» Joint Statement from NPR and International Association of Audio Information Services, The FCC's Low Power FM Reconsideration Order
» Time to Choose, Originating from Five Local Public Broadcasting Stations, Premieres November 1 on PBS and NPR

September 2000

» NPR's Talk of the Nation and KCUR 89.3 FM Host Live Broadcast : Kansas City's Business Climate Serves as Backdrop for National Forum
» NPR Worldwide Expands To Madrid, Spain Via New Station, Radio Interamericana
» NPR News Explores Politics Through the Eyes of New York Asian Americans
» From Rustic to High-Tech: NPR News Reveals a Rural Readiness for the E-Revolution
» NPR Selects New Hosts Of Performance Today
» Talk of the Nation and Science Friday from NPR News Broadcast Live from Kansas City September 28 & 29, 2000
» National Public Radio Launches New Jazz Web Site www.NPRJazz.org
» NPR Names Celeste James as Vice President for Communications
» NPR Explores the Lighter Side of Campaign 2000
» Joint Statement from NPR and International Association of Audio Information Services Low Power FM Legislation
» NPR News Examines the Impact of Architecture on American Communities, and Vice Versa
» NPR'S Weekend Edition Sunday Broadcasts Live From South Dakota

August 2000


» NPR'S Talk of the Nation and WFAE 90.7 to Focus on Charlotte, NC, in a Live Broadcast from Spirit Square's McGlohon Theatre
» NPR Appoints Barbara Rehm as Managing Editor for NPR News
» NPR and Latino USA Present Living Latino Culture, Two One-Hour Specials for Hispanic Heritage Month
» NPR News Reports: How On-Line Learning and Teaching Have Transformed Three American Classrooms
» NPR Appoints Bruce Drake as Vice President for News and Information
» NPR Examines the Cost of Paradise Sea Island's Development and the Gullah Community
» NPR® Classics Label Releases NPR Studio Cuts
» NPR Presents Music From the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival to Listeners Nationwide
» NPR's Talk of the Nation and WFAE 90.7 FM Broadcast Live From Spirit Square's McGlohon Theater in Charlotte, NC
» Gabriel Award for Latino USA Special rebroadcast of The Betrayal of Sister Dianna Ortiz is Set
» NPR® Announces New Host for Weekend All Things Considered®
» NPR® Statement: Low Power FM

July 2000

» Globalization From a Local Perspective Life in Celina, OH, After Huffy Relocates Abroad
» In-Depth look at the Battle to End Urban Sprawl in Albuquerque, NM
» NPR® Wins Awards at the New York Festivals
» Lost and Found Soundtm Wins Clarion Award
» NPR® Presents Music from the Aspen Music Festival to Listeners Nationwide
» NPR® To Offer Member Stations GivingCapital's Automated Internet Fundraising

June 2000

» NPR® Names Tim Owens as Executive Producer for Jazz Programming
» National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation with WBUR 90.9 FM Broadcasts Live From Boston University School of Management
» NPR and bigchalk.com Join Forces to Provide Online Content for Teachers and Students Across the Country
» The FCC Decides to Subject Non-Commercial Broadcasters to Spectrum Auctions
» NPR President and CEO Kevin Klose issued the following statement on Low Power FM

May 2000

» NPR Online and Fresh Air with Terry Gross Announce Web Alliance
» National Public Radio® News Personalities to Perform with Nancy Wilson, The Orlando Philharmonic and Terence Blanchard
» NPR's Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Talk of the Nation Take an In-Depth Look at the Changing Face of America
» NPR's Sylvia Poggioli to Receive Honorary Degree from Brandeis University
» NPR's Lost & Found Sound Web Site Wins Webby Award
» Public Radio Broadcasters from Around the World to Meet in Florida
» A Garland for Linda: The U.S. Broadcast Premiere From NPR and WNYC New York Program Includes an Interview With Sir Paul McCartney
» NPR® News Presents: The Changing Face of America Nationwide Live Forum Broadcast from Orlando, Florida
» Terrance McKnight and Melissa Gray of NPR Win Prestigious Awards From the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists
» The National Story Project on NPR
» NPR'S LATINO USA Wins 2000 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award
» NPR'S Performance Today to Bring Music from the Virginia Waterfront International Arts Festival to Listeners Nationwide
» NPR Says FCC's Hastened LPFM Implementation Process Does Not Serve The Public Interest
» NPR'S Performance Today® Broadcasts Live From the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival in Michigan

April 2000

» NPR Names Jim Elder As Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
» NPR Celebrates Louis Armstrong's Centenial
» NPR Launches it's First Internet-Only Program All Songs Considered
» NPR Explores The Changing Face of America
» World Radio Network from NPR Brings China Radio International to America
» A Week-Long Look at Turning Kids on to Classical Music
on NPR's Performance Today

» NPR Supports HR 3439, The Radio Broadcasting Preservation Act of 2000
» Corporation for Public Broadcasting Invests Nearly $2 Million to Usher in Public Service Radio

March 2000

» NPR Wins Regulatory Approval for Cable Distribution in France
» Le CSA Autorise La Diffusion Par Câble De NPR Worldwide
» NPR Wins Two George Foster Peabody Awards
» Voices In The Night: NPR's Tribute To Jean Shepherd Harry Shearer Celebrates A Forefather Of Radio Storytelling
» NPR Launches Unprecedented Radio Drama Starring Robin Williams, Richard Dreyfuss, and 75 Others
» Susan Feeney Joins NPR's Morning Edition as Senior Editor
» Murray Horwitz, Receives Distinguished Award From the French
» NPR Files Petition for Stay of FCC Low Power FM Rules

February 2000

» NPR Celebrates Women's History Month
» Album Produced by NPR Wins a Grammy Award
» NPR's Talk of the Nation Explores "The Changing Face of America."
» NPR Creates New Southwest Border Beat
» NPR Names Kathryn Dole As Director, National Affairs

January 2000

» Aaron Copland Premiere Airs on NPR's Performance Today
» NPR Names MJ Bear As Vice President, NPR Online
» NPR Names Juan Williams as New Host for Talk of the Nation
» NPR Creates Ombudsman Position, Appoints Jeffrey Dvorkin To Post

December 1999

» NPR's Performance Today Presents "A King Celebration 2000."
» NPR Secures Satellite Agreement With PanAmSat
» NPR Riffs in the New Year 2000 With a Coast-to-Coast Jazz Extravaganza

November 1999

» War Crimes of the 20th Century Examined in Eight-Part Series on NPR News
» Mary Lou Kenny To Leave NPR

October 1999

» NPR Classics Label Releases Christmas Around the Country II
» NPR Revisits WHER — The World's First All-Girl Radio Station
» NPR's Morning Edition Presents Five-Part Series on Crisis in Colombia

September 1999

» New Study shows that NPR has become primary news source for headlines and breaking news
» NPR'S Martin Goldsmith to step down as Performance Today host
» Americans Willing to Pay for Improving Schools in the NPR/ Kaiser/Kennedy Education Survey Results
» NPR'S Ray Suarez named senior correspondent for public television's Newshour With Jim Lehrer
» "The Jewish Giant" airs October 6 on NPR's All Things Considered
» Special "Teenage Diary" airs September 28 on NPR's All Things Considered
» NPR Appoints Kenneth P. Stern New Executive Vice President

August 1999

» NPR Presents "Evading the Virus", A special documentary on HIV+ families trying to have children
» NPR Reports on the Search for Evidence of War Crimes in Kosovo

July 1999

» Statement on Donor List Issue
» America Online and NPR Enter News Alliance
» NPR To Recruit Journalists of Color in Seattle

June 1999

» MacArthur Foundation Awards $4 Million to NPR
» Kosovo Teen Featured On NPR Is Safe
» NPR Airs Five-Part Series on "Guns in America"
» NPR Announces Landmark Strategic Alliance With CD Radio

May 1999

» Madeline Albright Reacts To UN Indictment Against Milosevic on NPR
» WETA 90.9 FM Adds NPR's Morning Edition to Lineup
» Kosovo Teen Whose E-mail Letters Were Featured on NPR Leaves Family in Search of Safety
» NPR Names Winners of Fourth Annual Performance Today Awards
» NPR and PRPD Announce New Live Events/Breaking News Strategy

April 1999

» New Poll Shows Substantial Support For Military Action In Yugoslavia
» Kosovo Teen Whose E-mail Letters Were Featured on NPR Still Remains in War Zone
» CIA Accused Of Systematic Antisemitism, Reports NPR
» NPR's Beyond Affliction Wins Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award

March 1999

» NPR Wins three of four Peabody Awards Given for Radio
» Kosovo Teenager Whose E-mail Letters Were Featured on NPR Remains in War Zone
» NPR Obtains New Information About Starr Case
» NPR and Member Stations Expand Internet Service
» NPR and Minnesota Public Radio Announce New Online Network
» Fiona Ritchie Joins NPR Online for a Live Chat

February 1999

» NPR's Martin Goldsmith to Write Book About Parents' Musical Experiences In Nazi Germany
» NPR's Nina Totenberg Named Broadcaster Of The Year
» NPR's Jazz Profiles honors Duke Ellington's Centennial
» "Lost & Found Sound" profiles NYC legend Tony Schwartz

January 1999

» NPR presents the "Lost & Found Sound" series on All Things Considered®

December 1998

» NPR announces Milestones of the Millenium series on Performance Today®
» NPR's Morning Edition Profiles Great Explorers
» NPR Launches Station Development Services Expansion
» NPR Selects Dalet Digital Media Systems For Its News Production
» NPR's Gavel-to-Gavel Coverage of Impeachment Hearings on Air and Online

November 1998

» NPR Hires Cynthia Samuels as Senior National Editor
» NPR Revisits 1978 Jonestown Tragedy
» NPR Announces New President and CEO, Kevin Klose
» NPR's "Teenage Diaries" Follows Boston Teenager Through Questions of Racial Identity

October 1998

» NPR Covers Election Night Across America. In-Depth News and Analysis Featured On Air and Online
» Select NPR Audio Content Now Available To Yahoo! News Users
» Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach Make Rare Broadcast Performance on This Weeks Anthem
» NPR Offers Gavel-to-Gavel Coverage of Impeachment Hearings and Possible House Vote

September 1998

» NPR Reports on Procedure that Enables Doctors to Identify Genetic Diseases Before Pregnancy
» NPR Launches New Overnight News Service
» NPR Documentary Visits Last Bowery Flophouses
» NPR Announces the Return of David Sedaris to Morning Edition
» NPR Receives Major Diversity Grant

August 1998

» House of Ruth to Benefit from Sales of Cokie Roberts' Book
» NPR Hires Chief Financial Officer
» NPR's Magliozzi Brothers to be Inducted to the Radio Hall of Fame
» NPR Documentary Visits Heart of Aging Community

June 1998

» NPR Wins 1998 ABA Silver Gavel Award for its Judicial Vacancy Crisis series
» NPR's Car Talk celebrates its 10th anniversary
» NPR opens midwest regional bureau
» NPR wins 1998 Gabriel Award honors

May 1998

» NPR Broadcasts Gala Symphonic Concert Live June 2
» National Public Radio Responds To Satellite Crisis
» National Public Radio To Expand Asian Coverage
» NPR Names Michael Abrahams as Manager, Program Communications and Marketing
» Public Radio Conference to focus on technology & the future of public radio

April 1998

» NPR names Ellen McDonnell as Executive Producer of Morning Edition
» NPR Names Mike Starling As Vice President of Engineering
» NPR creates Technology Office, names Don Lockett VP and Chief Technology Officer
» NPR wins 1998 RFK Journalism Awards for coverage of African news and Teenage Diaries series
» NPR President and CEO Del Lewis Resigns: His Future To Include Teaching, Lecturing and a Book
» NPR's Jazz From Lincoln Center wins Peabody Award
» NPR launches NPR Worldwide European Channel

March 1998

» NPRS's Elizabeth Arnold to travel across America as mid-term elections draw near
» NPR's Performance Today classical music awards nominations announced
» America One project to sign-off. International project involved NPR, Public Radio International (PRI), and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
» NPR Saves Hollywood's Soul! All Things Considered Celebrates Oscar Night with Special Report from NPR's Roving Correspondent
» Weekend Edition Saturday to Broadcast A Special Exploration of Affirmative Action at the University of Chicago

February 1998

» World renowned jazz pianist and NPR jazz host Marian McPartland to celebrate 80th birthday
» NPR appoints Jack Speer as new Business Correspondent for Morning Edition
» NPR releases CD of spirituals by opera star Denyse Graves
» Bonnie Grice to leave NPR's Anthem
» NPR engineers and technical employees vote for NABET representation

January 1998

» President Clinton interviewed on NPR January 21, 1998
» NPR correspondent Elizabeth Arnold Wins Dirksen Award for Distinctive Coverage of Congress
» NPR Launches Major National Ad Campaign, NPR Takes You There
» Derek McGinty To Leave NPR Talk Show To Pursue Television Career Full Time

December 1997

» Weekend All Things Considered holds a lengthy interview with actor Paul Newman
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