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By Jon Kalish, Freelance Contributor
Over the course of the 40 years I’ve freelanced for NPR News, I’ve worked with some great editors. But there have also been some real doozies.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
NPR, PBS and America’s Public Television Stations are requesting that the FCC adjust proposed rules that would expand broadcasters’ responsibility to label programs that were financially supported by a foreign government. The organizations responded to an FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking issued in October, in which the commission said broadcasters do not consistently identify when programs have been sponsored, produced or developed in assistance with foreign governments.
By Tyler Falk, Reporter
NPR has hired Elizabeth Allen to lead its legal team, the network announced Thursday. Allen will join NPR in February as chief legal officer, general counsel and secretary. She most recently served as VP, general counsel and secretary at Gannett, where she worked for more than 16 years.