Here are a few recent, notable Op-Eds about NPR from newspapers around the country:
In the New York Times, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, author and Idaho resident Timothy Egan tells why he thinks public broadcasting is crucial in areas like the one in which he lives.
The chairman of the board for NPR member station WYPR makes a case for public broadcasting in the Baltimore Sun.
A West Virginia resident writes in The Charleston Gazette why his representatives will lose his vote if they cut funding for public radio.
High Plains Public Radio is recognized for its work in an Amarillo Globe-News column asking to "keep on-air sanity."
This piece in the Indianapolis Star says the notion of a bias at NPR is "trampled every single day by its stupendous parade of phenomena, where the likes of Republican senators, Wall Street big shots and soldiers in Iraq march along with feminist lawyers, migrant workers and jazz legends or the cultural equivalent."