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By Tyler Falk, Reporter
Goldthwaite (Photo: Mike Morgan/NPR) Meg Goldthwaite, NPR’s top marketing executive, is leaving the network. She will step down from her role as chief marketing officer Monday and “transition back to being just a loyal NPR listener, subscriber, and cheerleader,” she said in an email to colleagues about her departure. Goldthwaite did not say why she is leaving or discuss her plans.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
NPR named a chief international editor and appointed a Washington investigative correspondent. Schanche Didi Schanche was promoted to chief international editor.
By Grace Vitaglione, Editorial Intern
Public broadcasting stations in Kansas and New Mexico are collaborating with the American Archive of Public Broadcasting on a new project to digitize their content. The project is intended to increase the geographic diversity of AAPB’s collection, which does not currently represent Kansas and New Mexico. AAPB is the product of a collaboration between the Library of Congress and the WGBH Educational Foundation to preserve public media content that is at risk of being lost and to make it accessible for research. AAPB will work with Kansas stations KMUW-FM in Wichita, High Plains Public Radio in Garden City, Kansas Public Radio in Lawrence, KRPS-FM in Pittsburg, KPTS-TV and KHCC-FM in Hutchinson, and Vietnamese Public Radio, which airs on a KMUW subcarrier.