Summary: US Representative Gabrielle Giffords has been shot during a public appearance on Saturday, National Public Radio (NPR) has said.
What does NPR stand for?
NPR stands for National Public Radio
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- National Partnership for Reinventing Government (formerly National Performance Review)
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- National Preparedness and Response
- National Professional Resources, Inc (Port Chester, New York)
- National Program Review
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WCEV is also home to a program that has attracted such distinguished guests as Noam Chomsky, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson and the Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations, and has been a sought-after source for both National Public Radio and the BBC.
Former BET Tonight host and Emmy Award-winning journalist Ed Gordon heads to National Public Radio to host a new public affairs show, a move that comes on the heels of Tavis Smiley's departure from NPR.
11 -- National Public Radio interviewed Smith on life insurance in the aftermath of September 11.
At the behest of an awkward alliance between National Public Radio and a powerful commercial broadcasters' lobby, Congress surreptitiously pulled the plug late last year on a Federal Communications Commission initiative that promised to open up the public airwaves to the actual public.
Humorist David Sedaris talks about his new book, his new life in France, and why outing makes him grumpy Early in his career as a best-selling author and National Public Radio commentator, David Sedaris swore he'd keep his job as a Manhattan housekeeper.
May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The South Florida-based Sun-Sentinel is joining forces with WXEL, a National Public Radio member station in the Palm Beach market, to form a unique partnership that will provide listeners with comprehensive local newscasts five times a day.
For a long time, federal subsidies through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting came under fierce attack from conservative politicians and rightwing media watchdogs intent on suffocating the last flames of independence at outlets like the Public Broadcasting Service and National Public Radio.