Earlier this year, Jeffrey Dvorkin became National Public Radio’s first ombudsman. In this position, he represents the listeners’ interests within NPR. He’ll join Diane to talk about some of the issues he’s tackled so far, to welcome questions and comments on NPR’s programming, and to explain how he’s working to keep the "public" in National Public Radio.

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  • Jeffrey Dvorkin Ombudsman for National Public Radio Send e-mail for Jeffrey Dvorkin to ombudsman@npr.org

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