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  • 1. Help finding a story or program you heard Views: 90353
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    Help finding a story or program you heard We are happy to offer you some tips for locating stories heard on public radio. NPR.org provides several years of archived show information and audio for many programs produced or distributed by NPR. A simple keyword search at NPR.org is often the easiest way to find a story. Results can be sorted by date or relevance. If you are not having luck with a keyword search, but you know which program you were listening to, simply select the show from the drop-  More...
  • 2. How do I report a broken link? Views: 25978
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    How do I report a broken link? When reporting a broken link, please provide the url for the page where you found the link, and describe to us where the link is located on that page. To send us this information, please click here and fill out the contact form.
  • 3. Help finding music heard on NPR Views: 2245391
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    Help finding music heard on NPR We appreciate your interest in the music heard between stories during NPR programming. NPR inserts some of these musical transitions, others are selected by your local station, and more are chosen by the stations/networks which produce other public radio programming also heard on your local station. To find the music interludes for NPR programs (such as Morning Edition, All Things Considered, etc.), please select the program from the drop-down Programs menu at NP  More...
  • 4. How do I contact a member of NPR's staff directly? Views: 76640
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    How do I contact a member of NPR's staff directly? We encourage you to submit your comments or questions for NPR staff members via our contact form . Be sure to indicate who the message is for, and we will forward your email to the appropriate party. Related Items How do I submit material (CD, books...) to NPR for possible review? What are the guidelines for submitting story ideas, press releases or commentary to NPR?
  • 5. Why am I unable to view the comments section or use contact forms at NPR.org? Views: 10478
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    Why am I unable to view the comments section or use the contact forms at NPR.org when I use Internet Explorer? If you are using Internet Explorer and you are unable to view the discussion threads at NPR.org, or if you are having trouble with the NPR contact form, then you most likely are encountering the problem because you are running your browser in compatibility view mode. When you run your browser in compatibility view mode, it performs as though you are using Internet Explorer 7. Please tur  More...
  • 6. NPR Community FAQ Views: 670732
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    NPR Community FAQ Do I have to register to access the site? How do third party log in options work? Will signing up create a profile? Do I have to be logged in to comment? Will my comments appear in search engines? Will everyone see my e-mail address? Do I have to use my real name? What if the user name I want is already taken? Are member names, e-mail addresses and passwords case sensitive? Can I change the e-mail address or password for my account? I forgot my password. What do I do? Can I edi  More...
  • 7. NPR.org on Mobile FAQ Views: 24306
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    NPR.org on Mobile FAQ What's new with NPR.org on mobile? Do I need a specific phone or device to access NPR.org on mobile? How do I access the NPR.org for my mobile device? How do I find my station on the new site? Where did the playlist and the favorite station features go? Can I share stories with my friends? What is the cost of NPR.org on mobile? How do I bookmark the site? What is the difference between NPR.org on mobile and the NPR News apps? Who do I contact for technical questions or   More...
  • 8. Why am I receiving a "long running script" or "stack overflow" error message? Views: 122598
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    Why am I receiving a long running script error message? Long running script error messages are specific to Internet Explorer. These messages are generally intended for developers who are tes t ing and building a website You should be able to get rid of them by disabling certain browser settings: Open Internet Explorer Click the 'Tools' menu, and then select 'Internet Options ' Click the 'Advanced' tab, select the 'Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) '  More...
  • 9. How do I submit material (CDs, books...) to NPR for possible review? Views: 58282
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    How do I submit material (CDs, books...) to NPR for possible review? NPR occasionally provides on-air reviews, and we welcome listener submissions. To submit material for consideration, please address to a specific NPR program at: NPR 1111 North Cap itol St. , N E Washington, DC 2056 0 Please note that a submission does not guarantee an on-air review. Material submitted will not be returned. We ask that you not contact us for follow-up on previously submitted materials. If we have further questi  More...
  • 10. Community Discussion Rules Views: 2172118
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    Community Discussion Rules The following text serves as the official discussion policy for users of NPR.org's social networking tools. All participants in NPR.org social networking features, story/blog commenting, and other forums are required to follow these rules, in addition to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy for NPR.org. Every website has its own rules, and these are our rules for participating in NPR social networking features, including discussions and comments. If you break them,   More...