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Question by rails
Submitted on 4/28/2004
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We would like a public explanation as to why Bob Edwards is being let go?  Unless there are good answers we will no longer give financial support to public radio. Ron & Betty Vander Kooi (coy) Arvada CO

Answer by Ron Vander Kooi
Submitted on 5/4/2005
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This is the answer to my own question:  This weekend, at least a year later. I read a newspaper column telling that Bob Edwards did not want to go along with NPR ideas of broadening the morning show with travel involved.  

I understand better now. I wish NPR could do a better public relations job, as this article stated, & do less of the endless fund raising.  My new question re. this is, "What salaries do your executives get?"  Ron Vander Kooi


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