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On a couple of occasions, the balance tipped. [Read More]
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More than 10 percent of her reports reused sound bites. [Read More]
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New guidance from the newsroom requires producers to ask potential guests if they feel legally restricted in what they can say about the White House. [Read More]
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in fact, we've been having a really hard time getting any of them on our air this week except one. And some of them, when... [Read More]
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The new schedule has newscasts at different times and allows for longer stories. [Read More]
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Critics argued that NPR should not give white supremacists a "platform." [Read More]
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NPR said that it has discovered that a longtime freelance contributor had reused sound bites in more than two dozen reports that aired from 2011... [Read More]
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The newsroom has connected the recent wildfires to climate change in many but not all stories. [Read More]
The Texas Zoo is home to four alligators, three of which are on exhibit. Mittens, the fourth and smallest alligator, makes his home behind the... [Read More]
A female source was interviewed but not quoted nor mentioned in the final piece. We take a look at the replay. [Read More]
As public trust in media outlets has been taking a worrying drop in recent years, researchers have been trying to figure out the causes. One... [Read More]
Can NPR reduce the number of monthly mistakes it makes in half, by October? That's the newsroom's ambitious goal. On Monday, referencing an... [Read More]
With two suicides this week of well-known Americans, "best practices" for reporting such deaths are again relevant. NPR's reporting has mostly been exemplary, even as... [Read More]
The reorganization is meant to make it easier for readers to find the stories they want on NPR.org. [Read More]
When reaching out to a source for comment, how long should a reporter wait for a response? [Read More]
How NPR's digital team decides what news warrants a push notification and more. [Read More]
Listeners often say they hear more from one side or the other. We took a look. [Read More]
NPR interviews are more live-ly, but at what cost? [Read More]
Reporting mistakes "substantially undercut the story." [Read More]
The NPR newsroom should be forgiven for this biblical blunder. [Read More]
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