November 20, 2013 You can throw a rock in pretty much any direction on NPR.org and hit a captivating story that gives you a thoughtful, nuanced take on what's happening in the world. But there's one story that still deserves the NPR treatment: our own story. Visit the new About NPR to wander around in the #NPRStory.
October 18, 2013 Here at NPR, we want to encourage discussion around all of our coverage. Today, we're excited to roll out the latest changes to our community that will make things faster, clearer, more relevant and more consistent for you.
September 16, 2013 Over the last months, we've been reading your comments, tweets and emails about the new NPR.org home page. The shift was major, embracing new designs and technologies. We expected strong reactions to the new experience, and we've received them, positive and negative.
August 14, 2013 You've always come to NPR because you want more. You want reporting and storytelling you can't forget. Our new home page, launched today, breaks from the structure of our old page and strives to better connect you to those stories. Because the world is too interesting a place to put into boxes.
August 14, 2013 On what platforms can I explore the new home page? What browsers does NPR.org support? Questions answered about the new NPR.org home page.
August 14, 2013 With the launch of the new NPR home page today, we are introducing a new sponsorship opportunity that aims to engage with you, our audience, provide value to NPR's supporting sponsors and reflect our high visual and content standards.
August 12, 2013 A big change is coming to NPR.org, and you are among the first to know about it.
July 18, 2013 This month, NPR has arrived on its smallest screen yet. See what it's like to view NPR.org on Google Glass.
May 8, 2013 The next time you browse the web on your phone, be sure to visit the new NPR homepage. Updates from infinite headlines to extended NPR listening opportunities to advanced searching options.
October 17, 2012 Today we are launching a simpler, smarter and stronger blogging experience today on NPR.org. This new flexible framework allows us to tell NPR stories across platforms and devices with the vitality our audience expects from us.
November 9, 2011 In an era of claiming individual credit, managing editor Mark Stencel explains why some stories take on the rather unassuming byline "NPR Staff."