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NPR In The News: Lifelong Learning Edition

As many students around the country head back to school this week, we wanted to thank all of the lifelong learners in the audience that appreciate NPR's distinct reporting. These NPR mentions in other media demonstrate the wide range of news and information we cover and why our curious listeners often say, "I heard it on NPR."

— On CNN's Amanpour, NPR foreign correspondent Deborah Amos joined host Ali Velshi from the Syria-Turkey border to discuss the latest news from Syria.

— In an interview with Australian music site Faster Louder, The New Yorker's Sasha Frere-Jones cited NPR Music as one of the two major influencers of music sales.

Poynter spoke with NPR's Jason Beaubien, Michaleen Doucleff, Joe Neel and Mark Stencel about how our new global health beat blends social media and traditional reporting.

Dwell magazine's blog interviewed NPR correspondent Susan Stamberg about architectural hotspots in Columbus, IN, which she visited as part of the Destination Art series.

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