Public Radio Tulsa Hosts NPR's Edith Chapin
Mark your calendar for Wednesday evening, September 12th at 7:00 p.m., when Public Radio Tulsa welcomes Edith Chapin, the Executive Editor of NPR News, to Tulsa!
Chapin will join Public Radio Tulsa General Manager Rich Fisher on the stage of the Lorton Performance Center at The University of Tulsa 550 South Gary Place, for this special edition of The Give & Take. Hear them discuss the inner-workings of NPR News and the complexities of covering the midterm elections…and submit YOUR questions for Edith. Then linger after for a reception with light refreshments in the LPC lobby.
Edith Chapin has been the Executive Editor of NPR News since 2015. Previously, Chapin was the senior supervising editor of NPR's International Desk. She managed a team of correspondents based outside the United States committed to bringing listeners dynamic stories of the world's people, politics, economy, and culture.
Prior to joining NPR in 2012, Chapin spent 25 years at CNN and worked her way up from intern, to bureau chief to vice president. Most recently, Chapin was the Vice President and Deputy Bureau Chief of CNN's Washington, D.C. bureau, where her strategic editorial and management responsibility included oversight of the 2009 presidential transition coverage and daily coverage of the White House and Capitol Hill.
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