June 2006
Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p107
The article reports on the promotion of 1983 Nieman fellow Bill Marimow as vice president for news for National Public Radio (NPR) in March 2006. Since May 2004, Marimow served as managing director of NPR. Marimow will be responsible for all the news division, which includes approximately 350 employees and 36 bureaus. Marimow works include coverage of the media, technology, environment, police and prisons, and labor and the workplace. Prior to his employment at NPR, he was a reporter and editor at "The Philadelphia Inquirer," where he won two Pulitzer Prizes.


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