NPR's New Boss Gary Knell
Gary Knell, new President and CEO of NPR, says that member stations will remain an integral part of the system, even as more people get NPR's content from mobile phones and computers.
Knell moved into his new job on Dec 1, after 11 years as the president and CEO of Sesame Workshop.
In a conversation with WUSF's Craig Kopp, Knell talked about the future of NPR in the digital age and what he has called his first job -- de-politicizing the debate over NPR.
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