Wash Post’s Fisher says NPR Music site is better than most pubradio stations

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The Washington Post‘s Marc Fisher reviews NPR’s new music website and finds that it’s a lot better than the narrow formatting of most public radio stations: “NPR Music sounds more like a creative, genre-busting radio station than do many actual public stations. It’s a place where radio adds value, with smart critics presenting and telling stories about music, programs that happily smash through the genre limits that make so much of radio too predictable, and online-only shows such as All Songs Considered which grew out of listeners’ fascination with the music producers used to fill the spaces between stories on NPR’s “All Things Considered” newsmagazine.