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How NPR became a national laughing stock

23 April 2024

1:45 AM

23 April 2024

1:45 AM

The smug world of public radio in the United States received a smart slap in the face last week. It was delivered by Uri Berliner, a long-time NPR reporter, who went public with his inside story of how NPR cooks the news. NPR responded by suspending him and then securing his resignation.

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