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A younger Tom and Ray Magliozzi
Tom and Ray Magliozzi endure, 35 years on, because they act like no one but themselves.
Brian Boyer
“I’m a project manager masquerading as a programmer masquerading as a journalist,” Boyer says. Andrew Phelps
Flipboard screen shot
Users already spend a lot of time in the Flipboard app, and if past data is any indication, audio could keep people “flipping” a lot longer.
Old radio
The network is apparently taking a page from agile software development, creating radio programs in “permanent beta” to reach new audiences.
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Nearly 900,000 people streamed or downloaded Episode 460, “Retraction,” in the first week after it aired. Andrew Phelps
Number of weekly listeners to NPR programming
Listenership growth to news/talk/information radio overall has leveled off, but NPR says digital is where the growth is.
Gary Knell
The new CEO discusses connected cars, threats to public funding, and the organization’s fully multi-platform approach to news. Andrew Phelps
Sunrise over Miami's Biscayne Bay
The radio station is moving with the newspaper out of downtown offices because it believes partnerships will play a big role in public radio’s future.
Localore
Ten producers will pair up with stations to create journalism projects ranging from an “alternate-reality” game to a music festival. Andrew Phelps
angry-ira
Question about future of radio make Ira angry. He optimistic about future of craft.
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