CANCELED: NPR co-founder Bill Siemering speaks at UVA, March 19th

***Canceled due to COVID-19 related travel advisories***

As NPR celebrates its 50th anniversary, its co-founder and public media innovator Bill Siemering is visiting WTJU and the University of Virginia.

You’re warmly invited to attend a public talk on Thursday, March 19, 7 p.m. at UVA’s Monroe Hall, room 130.

In this public talk, Bill Siemering will speak about where the ideas for U.S. public radio came from, the role of public & community radio in emerging democracies, and why public media is still vitally important today.

Read more about Bill Siemering in this profile interview.


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