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Listeners remain steamed about losing Bob Edwards, says NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin, and NPR has erred by not reporting more extensively on the departure of the Morning Edition host. Cokie Roberts tells the Philadelphia Inquirer that NPR goofed: “When you have 10,000 listeners saying it’s a mistake, it’s probably a mistake.” (Req. req. Via Romenesko.) One general manager says in the Houston Chronicle that NPR’s claim that stations pushed for the change could be called “a bald-faced lie.”

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