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So That’s Where Alison Stewart Went Off To…

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From NPR:

    Emmy and Peabody-Award-winning broadcast journalist Alison Stewart and NPR reporter Luke Burbank have been named hosts of NPR’s upcoming news and information on-air and online programming for Adults 25-44, to make its premiere on all media platforms in September 2007. The centerpiece of the new 24-hour service, announced in January 2007, will be a daily two-hour morning drive time news magazine hosted by Stewart and Burbank and available through terrestrial, HD digital and satellite radio; free streaming online audio through station websites; a podcast, and by mobile on-demand.

    The program will be produced at NPR New York. Sample segments and show ideas are already available for listener feedback through www.NPR.org under its working title, “The Bryant Park Project.”

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