National news and programming organization
Offers a link directory with brief descriptions on public radio programs in alphabetical order; industry groups, consultants and resources; stations; independent producers; micro-, pirate and low-power radio; and those stations outside the United States.
Search engine for public radio content.
Announcement of the longtime Morning Edition host's change of job title and scope. There are links to related announcements and information as well.
Jeffrey A. Dvorkin is NPR's ombudsman. He handles complaints and comments about NPR and its shows, and writes a weekly essay addressing some of those concerns. Current and past articles are available for viewing as are the mission statement, quarterly reports prepared for the NPR board of directors, biography, and links to related content.
Consumers armed with home broadband connections are driving new demand for multimedia content and setting off a new wave of technology development among search engine companies. As part of this trend, NPR is transcribing stories to text summaries and, with Google's approval, getting that text spidered.
A technique used by National Public Radio to get its audio content indexed by Google seems acceptable to the search engine despite apparently violating its own guidelines about cloaking.
List of all Public Radio Stations in US.
Page housing headline feeds for NPR shows, various categories of stories, and some member stations as well.
In a year of controversy at NPR, the network's Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin talks about his role in answering to the public, from news coverage of the war in Iraq to the departures of Bob Edwards and Tavis Smiley. [47:47 streaming audio broadcast]