NPR has hired Todd Mundt as editorial director for NPR Digital Services, starting April 2. In his new position, Mundt will help stations develop digital content strategies and oversee news training for stations. He now serves as v.p. and chief content officer at Louisville Public Media in Kentucky, where he also serves as p.d. of WFPL, the news/talk station in LPM’s portfolio, and hosts Morning Edition. Before joining LPM, he was director of content and media at Iowa Public Radio and chief content officer for Michigan Public Media in Ann Arbor. He previously hosted a talk show distributed by NPR. Mundt is chair of the Public Radio Program Directors Association and has served on the Public Media Platform advisory council. The PRPD blog has the announcement from NPR.