Kevin Klose: The Future of National Public Radio

WED, MAY 25, 2005 (1:07:15)

Kevin Klose speaks with community members about the future vision and focus of National Public Radio. This program was recorded at the WPBA studios in Atlanta as part of Public Broadcasting Atlanta’s survey of the media landscape.

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A former editor, and national and foreign correspondent with The Washington Post, Klose is an award-winning author and international broadcasting executive. Prior to joining NPR in December 1998, Klose served successively as director of US International Broadcasting, overseeing the US Government’s global radio and television news services (1997-98); and president of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), broadcasting to Central Europe and the former Soviet Union (1994-97). Klose first joined RFE/RL in 1992 as director of Radio Liberty, broadcasting to the former Soviet Union in its national languages. Klose received a BA, cum laude, at Harvard. A former Woodrow Wilson National Fellow, he serves on the board of Independent Sector in Washington, DC. He is the author of Russia and the Russians: Inside the Closed Society, winner of the Overseas Press Club’s Cornelius Ryan Award; and co-author of four other books.

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