Announcing Additions To NPR's Digital Content Team

The start of October brings new faces bolstering NPR's commitment to multi-platform journalism.
Source: Stephen Voss

NPR Managing Editor Sara Goo and other newsroom leaders announced several new hires joining the Digital Content team. Read more below in the note shared with staff today.

Hey there,

Good morning and welcome to the first Monday in October! This is an exciting day for a few reasons, not the least of which is that we

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