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  1. 'This American Life' Retracts Chinese Apple Factory Story by Mike Daisey, Citing Discrepancies

    11:28 am 3/16/2012

    A piece on the substandard working conditions at the tech company's manufacturing plant was called into question by an Marketplace reporter.Read more

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  2. NBC News Executive: 'Content Is Ageless,' Platforms Are Not

    2:57 pm 3/7/2012

    Vivian Schiller, the former CEO of NPR, cites a study by her former employer and points to Today's younger online audience.Read more

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  3. NPR Music Launches iPad App

    4:00 am 2/16/2012

    As part of its rollout, The Shins will perform a live in-app concert on March 7.Read more

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  4. Fox News Viewers Are Less Informed Than Those Watching No News, Poll Suggests

    4:26 pm 11/22/2011

    A Farleigh Dickinson University poll is getting traction in the liberal blogosphere, though detractors are pointing to its flaws.Read more

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  5. BBC America and NPR Partner for First 'Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!' TV Special

    2:52 pm 11/16/2011

    The public radio quiz show makes its television debut with a "2011 Year in Review" special in December.Read more

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  6. Michael Douglas Discusses Late Cancer Diagnosis in Alec Baldwin's Inaugural NPR Podcast

    12:38 pm 10/25/2011

    In the first episode of Baldwin's "Here's the Thing," Douglas talks about his, career, the road to recovery and taking a break before playing Liberace.Read more

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  7. Michele Norris Steps Down From NPR

    5:44 pm 10/24/2011

    The "All Things Considered" co-host resigned after her husband accepted a position with the Obama 2012 campaign. Read more

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  8. NPR Freelance Radio Host Fired Over Protest Involvement

    12:36 pm 10/20/2011

    Lisa Simeone was fired from "Soundprint," a music documentary show aired on NPR affiliate stations.Read more

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  9. NPR Taps Sesame Workshop Chief Gary Knell as New CEO

    5:05 pm 10/2/2011

    He replaces Vivian Schiller, who resigned under pressure in March after a former NPR fundraiser was caught on camera calling the Tea Party racist.Read more

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  10. Bill Maher States His Case for Continued Federal Funding of NPR

    12:15 pm 3/19/2011

    The "Real Time" host writes in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine, "We've become so accustomed to calling Fox News fair and balanced, that something that actually is fair and balanced seems to be far left."Read more

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