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June 3, 2015 NPR investigative correspondent Laura Sullivan spent the last year closely examining into the American Red Cross' efforts in Haiti. Today, it's our turn to pry a bit into her life.
May 20, 2014 Meet Hansi Lo Wang, the NPR reporter recently awarded the IJJ "Immigration in the Heartland" reporting fellowship.
NPR International Correspondent, Alice Fordham.
April 28, 2014 Alice Fordam has reported from the bookshops of Baghdad to the dunes of Algeria and wnw to Beirut, as part of NPR's international team. She's also a baker, Leonard Cohen lover and Scrabble die hard.
March 12, 2014 Jasmine Garsd has been co-hosting NPR Music's Alt.Latino from Mexico City since last summer. This week, she reunites with co-host Felix Contreras in Austin for the first-ever SXAméricas at SXSW.
NPR Television Critic/Correspondent Eric Deggans
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November 8, 2013 After several years contributing to NPR's coverage of the media, Eric Deggans is finally getting a business card. This fall marks the start of Deggans' new role as NPR television correspondent, so we caught up with him to find out what's playing on his TV (among other things).
NPR Announcer Sabrina Farhi
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October 23, 2013 Come November, listeners will hear a new voice saying things such as "Support for NPR comes from ..." and "This [pause] is NPR." Sabrina Farhi is joining NPR in Washington, D.C., as the NPR announcer in November. Until then hear her exclusively right here, in a special audio ProFile.
StoryCorps Founder Dave Isay in the recording booth located in New York City's Foley Square.
October 21, 2013 This week marks the 10th anniversary of the oral history project, and in that time StoryCorps has built up one of the largest collections of human voices ever gathered. To celebrate, we'll be tooting the StoryCorps horn all week, starting with a ProFile of the project's founder, David Isay.
NPR White House Correspondent Tamara Keith.
October 7, 2013 Today, NPR announced that Tamara Keith would be our new White House correspondent. Before she makes the move from her post on the Hill to the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, find out how Keith made it to the White House from the backseat of her parent's car.
NPR's All Things Considered Weekend Host Arun Rath.
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September 20, 2013 Perhaps you heard last Sunday when NPR mainstay Jacki Lyden passed the baton to our newest host, Arun Rath. Starting tomorrow, he'll be at the helm of All Things Considered every weekend from our LA studios. Meet the new voice in your weekend listening before he hits the air tomorrow afternoon.
September 17, 2013 The new NPR Ambassador Program is an ongoing volunteer opportunity based at our Washington, D.C. headquarters. Our ambassadors lead daily studio tours, work in our new retail outlet and help during special events. Think you might be interested in volunteering? Get a first-hand account.
Latino USA Host Maria Hinojosa.
September 6, 2013 As NPR's Latino USA expands into a new chapter today, we're excited to share a story from behind the scenes. Four-time Emmy-award winning journalist Maria Hinojosa has anchored the show since its launch 20 years ago. Here are some things you may not know about her from listening to the show.
Hannah Sommers, Program Manager in the NPR Library.
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August 23, 2013 NPR's Arts Desk has been exploring the role of public libraries in the U.S. With our own rock star librarians researching, training and digitizing at NPR every day, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to Hannah Sommers, program manager in the NPR Library.
Snap Judgment Host Glynn Washington.
July 15, 2013 Today marks Snap Judgment's third anniversary storytelling with NPR, so we spent some time with the show's host Glynn Washington to hear some of his own stories.
NPR International Correspondent Emily Harris in the West Bank interviewing Palestinian villagers about land and water issues.
June 28, 2013 This spring, NPR listeners began hearing a new, yet familiar voice reporting the news from Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip. With Lourdes Garcia-Navarro moving from Jerusalem to Brazil, we're excited to welcome back to NPR longtime public radio journalist Emily Harris. Here's her ProFile.
May 26, 2013 Sit down for a cup with the editor of NPR's 'The Salt' blog, Maria Godoy.
NPR photographer David Gilkey in Afghanistan's Kunar River Valley as he navigated closed roads on his way back to Kabul (2010).
Courtesy of CNN's Ivan Watson
May 24, 2013 You may not recognize his voice right away, but you've likely seen his photographs. From the frontlines in Afghanistan to the front of the Trans-Siberian Railway, Award-winning photographer David Gilkey has helped to shape the 'look' of NPR reporting. Meet the man behind the slideshows.
NPR South America Correspondent Lourdes Garcia-Navarro after receiving her Edward R. Murrow Award in 2012.
Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian, courtesy of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
May 13, 2013 Lourdes Garcia-Navarro is moving to Brazil in a new role as NPR's South America correspondent. With the region's growing global role, we expect you'll hear a lot from her. So here are the fun facts you won't hear on air. For example, we've got a Game of Thrones fan on our hands.
May 1, 2013 As co-host of Planet Money, Alex Blumberg is making a t-shirt (well, about 1,000 of them) – and bringing listeners on the complicated global odyssey behind the production of the basic cotton tee.
April 18, 2013 We're pleased to introduce you to Gene Demby. You're going to be reading and hearing a lot from him, so get know the Code Switch blog host a little.
NPR Veterans Correspondent Quil Lawrence in Afghanistan.
March 18, 2013 NPR Corespondent Quil Lawrence reports this week on the most pressing challenges facing America's nearly 2 million female veterans. Here, he shares some insight into what it takes to get by as a journalist in Kabul, Baghdad and Bogota, and through the streets (and weather) of New York too.
March 15, 2013 We're celebrating St. Patrick's Day in true public radio form, a conversation with the award-winning host of NPR's The Thistle & Shamrock. Fiona Ritchie has spent more than 30 years digging into the evolving Celtic music tradition, and we got her to dish on the Irish, her children and NPR, too.
March 13, 2013 Back behind the mic in her new role as NPR Host & Special Correspondent, Michele Norris has set her heart (and ear) on the powerful collection of six-word essays submitted by NPR listeners for The Race Card Project. Read on for more about the project and other insights from the familiar NPR voice.
March 1, 2013 Guy Raz has one of the most well-known NPR voices, perhaps because he's been working here almost nonstop since his 1997 internship. While his resume is already bursting with notable interviews and accolades, we're stepping off the bio page for some personal insights from the host of TED Radio Hour.
February 1, 2013 NPR Middle East Correspondent Deborah Amos has given voice to the Arab Spring for our listeners through her reporting from the region. On her most recent trip to the U.S., she talked about what it has all meant and some lighter topics, like her favorite TV show and pedometers, for example.
January 18, 2013 We took over the quiz reigns to (lightly) grill our Ask Me Another Puzzle Guru on his life on and off stage. Among his answers: Dipthongs, Dr. Who, and a "horde of writers I keep chained in the NPR basement." Get to know NPR's Art Chung in the latest ProFile.
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