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NPR’s Kevin Klose Receives Murrow Honor

NPR’s Kevin Klose Receives Murrow Honor

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting has awarded NPR President/CEO Kevin Klose the 2006 Edward R. Murrow Award.
Board Chair Cheryl Halpern praised Klose as a “leader, a teacher and a visionary” and credited him with “recognizing the need to respond to listener preferences in a constantly changing and technologically evolving information marketplace.”
Klose has led NPR since 1998; he is a former editor and national and foreign correspondent with The Washington Post. Prior to joining NPR, Klose served as director of U.S. international broadcasting, overseeing the federal government’s global radio and television news service; and he was president of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.