NPR picks new CEO
NPR has tapped the head of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, which has oversight of Voice of America, as its new CEO.
- John Lansing will replace Jarl Mohn, who announced plans to step down in late 2018.
- The search for a replacement took longer than expected, but the organization has decided to hire Lansing.
- NPR has a large news division that employs hundreds of journalists who provide reports for its signature “All Things Considered” and “Morning Edition” broadcasts among other productions and platforms.