It's been a busy summer here at the NPR offices so far. While we haven't found time to chill on the building's roof deck, our journalists and staff have been busy with projects and work that you can find out about below. Hope you're enjoying the poolside for us.
-- Ad Age finds that marketers are discovering how public broadcasting sponsorships can be benefit them.
-- A little bird told us that the twitter feed from NPR Music's A Blog Supreme was picked as one of top 25 to follow by the LA Times Culture Monster.
-- American Journalism Review explores how NPR and its Member stations seek to "beef up" coverage of how state government decisions affect people's lives with the recently launched StateImpact project.
-- The latest version of NPR's iPad app gets a thumbs up from the tech blog TUAW.
-- NPR's Digital Services GM Robert Kempf tells Street Fight how his group supports Member stations in achieving impact and reach on digital platforms comparable to radio.
-- While attending and speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival, All Things Considered host, Michele Norris took a moment to talk with GenConnect about how she connects with audiences.