Via the press release:
The board of directors of NPR announced today that it had selected Jarl Mohn to become its next president and chief executive officer. Mohn is currently chairman of Southern California Public Radio (SCPR) and has had a life-long career in media, including serving as founding president and chief executive officer of Liberty Digital and president and chief executive officer of E! Entertainment Television…
…Mohn, 62 years old, will begin his term at NPR in July and will succeed Paul G. Haaga Jr., who has been acting chief executive officer and president since last year.
“This is not a job for me. It is a mission. I love public radio and NPR. It is a national treasure and more important now than ever,” said Mohn. “I want to make sure the staff of NPR, the Member Stations and the others who make it happen have everything they need to do their best work.”
- Hillary Clinton Responds to Criticisms by Jill Abramson on Media Expectations
- Former Senators Kent Conrad and Judd Gregg Join Edelman’s Public Affairs Practice
- Sarah Gilbert Set to Rejoin NPR’s 'Weekend Edition'
- Llewellyn King Sheds Light on Changes for "White House Chronicle"