Company Overview of National Public Radio, Inc.
National Public Radio, Inc., a multimedia news organization, creates and distributes news, information, and music programming to a network of independent stations. It produces news, talk, music, and entertainment programs, including newsmagazines; and distributes programs produced by member stations and independent producers. In addition, the company presents updated news and alerts, news blogs, streaming audio, downloadable multimedia content, exclusive multimedia features, and access to archived coverage and transcripts to Web users through NPR.org. It presents its distributed programs on its digital platforms, including NPR.org, podcasts, and NPR Mobile. National Public Radio, Inc. was in...
635 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
Founded in 1970
Key Executives for National Public Radio, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance & Administration
Chief Executive Officer of National Public Media and President of National Public Media
Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs, General Counsel, Secretary and Director
Chief Marketing Officer and Head Marketer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
National Public Radio, Inc. Key Developments
National Public Radio Names Jarl Mohn as its CEO
May 12 14
National Public Radio names media-industry veteran and E! Entertainment Television founder Jarl Mohn as its CEO.
NPR Presents at IBF Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit, Nov-05-2013 09:30 AM
Nov 4 13
NPR Presents at IBF Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit, Nov-05-2013 09:30 AM. Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Boston, 200 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116, United States. Speakers: Sarah Varney, Reporter.
National Public Radio Announces Executive Changes
Aug 19 13
The president and CEO of NPR is stepping down after less than two years to take a similar position at the National Geographic Society, the public radio organization's board of directors announced. Gary Knell said he plans to stay on the job at National Public Radio until November while the board works to find a successor, serving out most, if not all, of his initial contract. Knell, who spent 11 years as CEO of Sesame Workshop, took over NPR in December 2011 after a difficult period. He succeeded Vivian Schiller, who resigned under pressure after a former NPR fundraiser was caught on camera calling the tea party racist. The episode led some conservatives to call for an end to federal funding for NPR, which receives some grant money from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Its member stations also get CPB funding.
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