Your Favorite ‘NPR Show’ Probably Isn’t Made By NPR

The folks at NPR’s On the Media (not produced by NPR) explain the difference between public radio in general, the actual NPR network, the competitor networks (APM, PRI) whose shows air alongside NPR programs, the local public radio stations where most of us actually hear the shows, and local member stations who produce national programming.

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