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  1. NPR's vision for collaborative news coverage holds promise, but challenges remainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Current

    Last month in a hotel ballroom in Salt Lake City, I saw something I never expected to see in my public media career: NPR's new head of news standing before a roomful of member station news directors, apologizing. "For every time that an NPR producer or editor has sent an NPR staffer into your territory without so much as a text message," Michael Oreskes told the Public Radio News Directors, Inc. conference, "I apologize.


  2. News directors' conference focuses on diversity in hiring and reportingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Current

    This post originally appeared on the blog of the Public Radio News Directors Inc. and is reposted here with permission. The authors are student journalists assigned by PRNDI to cover the conference.


  3. Sgt. Courtney White carries her machine gun before a live-fire exercise.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2015 | Current

    Sgt. Courtney White carries her machine gun before a live-fire exercise. NPR's coverage of combat-readiness training for female Marines was featured on Back at Base, a series produced through an editorial collaboration between journalists at NPR and local stations.


  4. PBS NewsHour prepares for the Republican National Convention in 2012.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | Current

    As part of the collaboration, the two media outlets will cover the 2016 political conventions with a team of journalists and broadcasters producing coverage for television, radio and digital platforms. NPR and NewsHour will also produce live simulcasts next year from the Republican National Convention, July 18-21, and Democratic National Convention, July 25-28.


  5. Kent Parsons, TV translator pioneer, dies at 82Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2015 | Current

    Kent Parsons, a University of Utah microwave and translator engineer who helped create the first network of television and radio translators in the West, died Feb. 7 in Monroe, Utah. He was 82. "Kent is considered the father of TV translators" for both commercial and noncom stations, said Phil Titus, chief engineer of KUED and KUEN in Salt Lake City in a statement.


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