Sources tell NPR reporter that Vivian Schiller was forced out
“This was, I guess, the final shoe dropping, you could say,” media reporter David Folkenflik tells “Morning Edition” host Renee Montagne. (NPR’s board says it accepted her resignation with “genuine regret.”) || “I am sorry to be leaving NPR,” Schiller tells the New York Times. || Check out Folkenflik’s Poynter chat at 4 p.m. ET today.
> CEO’s ouster caps a tough, traumatic six months for NPR
> NPR ombud to discuss the two Schillers in 1:30 p.m. ET WP chat
> NPR listeners, journalists react to CEO’s departure on social media sites

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  • Anonymous

    At npr schiller brought a dormant media channel back to life as a real 21st new source. The destination to go for real, honest, unsensational news.