NPR's Andy Carvin is in a "tweet spot" according to the Post; catch up with the latest on federal funding for public broadcasting; and check out tech coverage of the "I Heart NPR" Facebook apps:
The Washington Post profiles Andy Carvin's emergence as a "one-man Twitter bureau," capturing the conflicts and breaking news via tweets on the Middle East.
The Post also reports on federal funding for public broadcasting, following the Continuing Resolution.
Mediabistro and PaidContent weigh in on our recently-launched (and inaugural) Facebook apps, "I Heart NPR." And Nieman Journalism Labs interviews digital media GM Kinsey Wilson about development of the apps, and public radio trust.
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