BBC World Service producing daily segment for WBUR’s Here & Now

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Producers of Here and Now have forged a new content partnership with the BBC World Service. Beginning today, the BBC will contribute a daily segment to the midday news magazine, which is produced at WBUR in Boston. Public Radio International, which distributes both Here and Now and BBC World Service programming to U.S. public radio stations, announces the new partnership here. “PRI has consistently found that strategic partnerships enhance the quality of content, which helps listeners better understand our interconnected world,” said Michael Arnold, PRI content director.