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Jeffrey Dvorkin, NPR Ombudsman

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Jeffrey Dvorkin, NPR Ombudsman

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Jeffrey Dvorkin, NPR Ombudsman

Jeffrey Dvorkin, NPR Ombudsman

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An ombudsman is often seen as a citizen's advocate, an official who looks into complaints. At news organizations, they often address audience concerns about fairness and accuracy.

NPR receives thousands of listener emails every week, with questions or comments on everything from war to music. Many go to NPR's ombudsman, Jeffrey Dvorkin.

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Jeffrey Dvorkin, NPR Ombudsman

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