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In the Loop: July 27, 2007 Archive

"Public Radio Laboratories:" Working to adapt public radio to the audience of tomorrow

Posted at 5:25 PM on July 27, 2007 by Jeff Horwich (3 Comments)

Siegel: In training? (Orig. image via npr.org)
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In our latest LoopCast, take a behind-the-scenes tour of Public Radio Laboratories, or "PRL." They're the engine working behind the scenes in the public radio industry to make shows hipper, hosts groovier, and producers smarter about what young people actually want to hear. (NPR's Robert Siegel involuntarily guest-stars in this episode.)

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(Disclaimer that should be unnecessary, but is added just in case: All opinions expressed and materials used are applied in the service of satire.)

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