What is NPR national desk?

Chief National Editor National Desk correspondents cover domestic breaking news and beats that include immigration, criminal justice and national security across all NPR platforms.

Where can I watch the national news desk?

TND airs on Sinclair’s CW, MYTV, and select FOX broadcast stations. TND also streams live on STIRR, all Sinclair news websites, and TheNationalDesk.com, which is available to all viewers, free of charge with no subscription, log in or authentication required.

Who is the editor of NPR?

Vice President & Executive Editor Edith Chapin is the Vice President and Executive Editor of NPR News. In that role she resumes responsibility for the NPR newsroom, setting daily news priorities, and directing all of NPR’s news-gathering teams.

Are NPR internships competitive?

Nearly 12,000 people are competing for around 65 spots. Every single journalist has heard “no.” Don’t give up! There are other ways to work for NPR, and there are other amazing jobs out there as well. Don’t forget to be proud of yourself for applying.”

Is the National Desk on Roku?

Local and national perspectives on the latest news. Streaming on Roku. The National Desk, a news series starring is available to stream now. Watch it on on your Roku device.

Is NPR a profit?

NPR, full name National Public Radio, is a privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization that serves as a national syndicator to 797 public radio stations in the United States of America.

How many interns does NPR hire?

We also have an amazing internship program. We hire about 55 to 60 interns three times a year. We often find folks from those pools of intern candidates who stay with us for temp work.

Who owns the national news desk?

Owned by Sinclair, operated by Nexstar Media Group under an LMA.

What does Sinclair Broadcast Group own?

Sinclair also owns four digital multicast networks (Comet, Charge!, Stadium, and TBD), sports-oriented cable networks (Tennis Channel and Bally Sports Regional Networks), and a streaming service (Stirr), and owns or operates four radio stations in the Pacific Northwest.