The story behind NPR’s Lady Gaga ‘Telephone’ video

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It was inspired by the 82nd Airborne, of course. “We thought about who we could get that would be down for it, the younger, on-air talent,” says NPR producer Shereen Marisol Maraji. “Ari Shapiro, Guy Roz, Korva Coleman — she’s notorious for being cool. So I sent out first a blast e-mail to the pretty cool people, the relaxed people. They wrote back and said, sure.” The video — shot on Thursday — already has more than 30,000 views. || Read the reaction on Facebook.

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