If you're looking for nationwide radio distribution, Kojo Nnamdi's "Public Interest" is no longer the place to turn. National Public Radio has discontinued national distribution of the show, which previously aired on 37 stations across the country. The show is produced in Washington, D.C. at American University and will continue to air in that market from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. For more information on pitching the program, check out our Media Insight from Jan. 7 or contact Managing Producer Diane Vogel, email@example.com.
Kojo Loses National Audience
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