Where can I find NPR shows and staff on social media?

Our desks and programs run more than 30 Facebook pages and more than 50 Twitter accounts. Official show accounts, along with those of their respective hosts, are linked from each program page on While our journalists are not required to be active on social media, the vast majority of them are. We promote their social media handles in in t...

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How do third-party sign in options work on

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How do I get a new activation code for my device?

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What happened to the comments section on

On August 23rd, 2016, story-page comments on were discontinued. NPR’s Managing Editor for Digital News wrote a blog post laying out the thinking behind the change. NPR Ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen also wrote a column on the subject. There are many other ways for our listeners to reach us and to connect with each other around NPR journalism....