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NPR, formerly National Public Radio, is an American radio producer and distributor that specializes in news, public affairs, and cultural programming. NPR was launched in 1970 as a collaboration among the nation’s public-broadcasting stations. It is not a radio station itself, but instead a central news organization that produces, licenses, and distributes a variety of…

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Joseph Lichterman    Aug. 5, 2014
The nonprofit investigative outlet is working to connect sources with journalists from other news organizations to further its reporting on how schools physically restrain students.
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Ken Doctor    July 28, 2014
The new app from NPR promises to learn from what you like and serve up a never-ending buffet of news and content. What’ll be the impact on local stations?
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Justin Ellis    July 18, 2014
With $3.5 million in grant funding and an eye for collaboration, the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX aim to bring deep investigations to radio and podcasting.
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Ken Doctor    July 10, 2014
“It’s not the hive that’s at issue here. It’s the big, monopolistic beekeepers who should give us pause.”
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Ken Doctor    July 3, 2014
The paper’s cut back on print and bet on digital. What sort of a news operation will Mark Katches be taking over?
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Ken Doctor    June 26, 2014
In the Netherlands and in Germany, two closely watched startups have gone to readers to pay the bills. What lessons from there can be applied elsewhere?
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Mark Coddington    June 6, 2014
Plus: New announcements from Apple, trouble at the Orange County Register, and the rest of the week’s journalism and tech news and commentary.
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Joseph Lichterman    May 29, 2014
Putting a person at the controls increased traffic and engagement by just about every measure. Now the question becomes: Is that boost worth the extra human effort?