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A behind-the-scenes look at how our new stump speech series, Pop-Up Politics, got started here at NPR, why we thought it was worth doing, and a preview of the additional animations to come.
Starting today users will notice a change to our commenting process designed to improve the quality of discussions on NPR.org. In an effort to decrease spam and encourage civility we will more aggressively moderate the user comments that appear on the site.
In order to update things on NPR.org, we occasionally have to take features down. Specifically, in order to upgrade comments, we need to take comments down for about 2 hours. We are planning to do that today at 2pm – so comments will be unavailable from 2-4pm ET (barring any disasters).
That's the question surprised visitors to our popular health blog were asking when they dropped by Shots today for a dose of the latest news from Scott Hensley and the NPR Science Desk. Here's the story: The new look for Shots is an experiment.
The network of blogs from 12 member stations launched this week. It's designed to strengthen the role public media plays in local journalism.
The new app features live streams from your favorite public radio stations, as well as a generous and constantly updated assortment of live performances, interviews, signature programs and series.
NPR.org is honored with a Peabody, one of the most prestigious awards in broadcasting.
NPR, PBS and the AU Center for Social Media will co-host a national PublicMediaCamp in Washington DC the weekend of October 17, bringing together public broadcasters and community technology activists to brainstorm new ways of working together.