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More on NPR's new morning show
Posted at 4:46 PM on April 6, 2007 by Bill Wareham
I'm pretty sure I mentioned here a few weeks back that NPR is working on a new morning show that will compete with Morning Edition, but be aimed at younger listeners than that show's core demographic. They're still months away from launching on the air, but they've come up with a code name - The Bryant Park Project (NOT a title, they explain) - and started up a blog to provide a glimpse of what they're up to. I'd recommend starting with the FAQ entry.