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NPR Chief Steps Down After Less Than Two Years
Gary Knell's departure for the National Geographic Society "continues the rapid turnover at the top of the audio and digital news outlet over the past few years. Knell took over the top job in December 2011 after the former chief executive, Vivian Schiller, had resigned nine months earlier amid fallout from two major controversies under her leadership. Schiller lasted just 26 months in the job."
The Washington Post 08/19/13
Posted August 20, 2013 12:52 AM
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