As tensions rise between NPR and its member stations, the media company has forbid stations from promoting NPR podcasts and the NPR One app, NiemanLab reports. “This tension -- between the
local stations who pay the largest share of NPR’s bills and the network that sees a future beyond terrestrial radio signals -- is basically everywhere you look in public radio,” it writes.
“And it’s the right frame through which to view this new “ethics” policy
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