NPR, with a Twist…

Hoping to provide a midday "fix" for news junkies, National Public Radio last week added "Day to Day" to its programming lineup. The show, so far airing on about 50 radio
stations that carry NPR, is co-produced by NPR News and Slate, the Bay Area based news magazine. Unlike most NPR shows, which originate in Washington, D.C., "Day to Day" runs out
of Los Angeles. The show, which airs Monday-Friday, is hosted by award-winning NPR correspondent Alex Chadwick and includes new as well as familiar NPR voices, station-based
reporters, and contributors from Slate reporters and editors. All e-mail sent to daytoday@npr.org receives an automated reply and is read by
the program's hosts, editors and producers.