Jul 24, 2013 · 6:00 PM
Join us in July at NPR for what promises to be a fun and informative evening.
Code Switch, NPR's new team covering race, culture and ethnicity, launched online and on-air in early April. The team will share some of the joys of Talking About Race On The Internet, and will talk a bit about being a hybrid digital and broadcast unit.
And, because we know you all want to see the new digs, there will be tours of the building and the opportunity to visit the NPR store for all your public media swag needs.
Thanks to NPR's Elise Hu-Stiles, John Stefany, Matt Thompson and Kinsey Wilson for making the evening possible. The schedule follows.
Hope to see you at NPR next month!
Tiffany + Matt
6:00 - 7:30 pm – Light appetizers and refreshments in the NPR lobby. NPR store open for your tote bag and t-shirt shopping needs.
6:15 - 7:15 pm – Newsroom tours at 15-minute intervals. We'll send a sign-up link to registered attendees later.
7:30 pm – Program starts in Studio 1
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