NPR expects to move HQ in 2011

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NPR has outgrown its office space in Washington, D.C., and plans to move to larger quarters in 2011, the Washington Post reported today (second item in roundup). The network now occupies 210,000 square feet in two buildings near the city’s new convention center. On its last move, 13 years ago, NPR left a building where it had 88,000 square feet.

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