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Big Government Radio

By on 2.11.09 | 9:42AM

Buried inside Howard Kurtz's report on shrinking mainstream bureaus in DC -- e.g., the three broadcast networks down to 51 journalists last year, from 110 in 1985 -- is that "National Public Radio's Washington staff ballooned from 267 in 2000 to more than 400 last year. But NPR recently cut 64 jobs." Maybe the stimulus package can restore them.

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