Eric Westervelt & Vivian Schiller in the foreground with NPR FM Berlin listeners. Everyone is watching a special NPR video presentation.
An estimated audience of approximately 300 enthusiastic NPR FM Berlin fans and supporters gathered Friday evening, July 23, at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, House of Arts and Culture, Kurfürstendamm 207-8, Berlin.
NPR's Central Europe correspondent Eric Westervelt interviewed NPR President & CEO Vivian Schiller about NPR & the Future of News.
NPR staff enjoyed meeting and talking with our Berlin members, and future members to be.
A word of thanks to ICD Director and Founder Mark C. Donfried along with his special staff of volunteers for hosting this intimate evening for NPR FM Berlin listeners.
Congratulations to our door prize winners of three brand new NPR Radios by Livio.
After the formal presentation, it was time for good music from The New Prohibition Band. Their upbeat set featured a lively sampling of toe-tapping sounds they describe as neo-folk-electronica.
We were also surprised by some other musicians who 'dropped by' to perform later in the evening after The New Prohibition Band wrapped up.
NPR FM Berlin 104,1 fans mingle at our special event.
Attendees finished the night by sharing conversation and getting to know each other. If you were there, did you have a good time? We certainly did!