In an effort to balance its budget, NPR said on Friday that it would try to reduce its staff about 10 percent through voluntary buyouts. The announcement was depicted as one of the most substantial staff cutbacks in the history of the public radio ...
New York Times · ByBrian Stelter · 9/14/2013
A brewing financial crisis is forcing NPR to make one of the largest staff reductions in its history — at a time when the radio and digital news organization had seemed to be on the upswing. Washington-based NPR disclosed a buyout plan Friday that it ...
Washington Post · ByPaul Farhi · 9/13/2013
NPR announced on Friday that it will attempt to reduce its staff by about 10% through voluntary buyouts, in order to balance the budget. NPR is a very popular source of news and entertainment for many people, and it is sad to hear of news like this.
WebProNews · 9/14/2013
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Saying that the goal is to balance its budget in fiscal year 2015, NPR announced late Friday morning that it will soon offer "a voluntary buyout plan across the organization that reduces staffing levels by approximately 10 percent." The organization now ...
NPR News · 9/13/2013
Planned NPR buyouts of employees over the next year will be the solution to the organization’s on-going budget issues, it was announced Friday. Voluntary staff buyouts are expected to reduce the number of people working for NPR by 10 percent. The …
The Inquisitr · 9/14/2013
All the pledge drives in the world couldn’t save National Public Radio. The non-profit news organization announced today that it will offer a voluntary buyout plan to aimed at reducing staff by 10 percent. Currently, the non-profit has 840 full and part ...
New York Observer · 9/13/2013
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story Sept. 13 about buyout offers at NPR, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Vivian Schiller resigned as the organization's president and CEO after calling the tea party racist. Former NPR executive Ron Schiller … · ByEric Tucker · 9/14/2013
NPR is cutting about 10 percent of its workforce through voluntary buyouts to cover a more than $6 million deficit, according to the organization. The public radio broadcasting entity also said Friday that it has appointed Paul G. Haaga Jr. as acting ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 9/14/2013
But for Tohn, cofounder Craig Cummings and COO Dan Cummings — who recently completed a management buyout of the company from its holding ... run a captioning service for deaf and hard-of-hearing NPR · 5/22/2015
NPR said on Friday it plans to cut 10% of its staff through voluntary buyouts and announced it has named board member Paul G. Haaga as acting CEO.. Haaga, 64, will replace Gary Knell, who announced last month his plans to step down to become CEO …
USA Today · ByRoger Yu · 9/17/2013
NPR, formerly National Public Radio, is a privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization that …
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