Bon voyage

December 2004
New Hampshire Business Review;12/24/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 27, p5A
This article reports the announcement of retirement by Mark Handley, president and general manager of the company New Hampshire Public Radio. He acknowledges that some people are still upset over the decision four years ago to drop the station's classical music programming in favor of a 24 hour news and information format. Handley is relying on his own "good business sense" to get the most mileage out of his travel dollars when he begins his retirement.


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