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The Circular Diagram That Utterly Controls NPR News
"But each show also has a virtual 'clock,' a set template, from which the show almost never varies. Every show that broadcasts - or aspires to broadcast - in the public radio system has a clock. [Here] is the All Things Considered broadcast clock, which NPR and stations across the country refer to on a daily basis." Slate (99% Invisible) 09/12/13 (includes audio podcast)
Posted September 13, 2013 12:53 AM

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