Earlier this month, NPR's DC-based staffers shut down our computers on a Friday afternoon and walked out of our home of 19 years for the last time. We haven't looked back yet. Check out pictures of our new home.
Today NPR President and CEO Gary E. Knell introduced to NPR staff and Member Stations two new leaders to round out the NPR executive ranks and play big roles in making public radio more central in the lives of millions of listeners.
This week at the Aspen Ideas Festival, NPR President and CEO Gary E. Knell joined Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tom Friedman of the New York Times for an early-morning chat, "The Role of Public Media in a Democracy."