NPR CEO Vivian Schiller Resigns Following Video Sting

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

NPR's president and CEO, Vivian Schiller has resigned following the release of a video in which NPR fundraiser Ron Schiller questioned whether NPR needs federal funding and spoke out against conservatives and Tea Party members. Vivian Schiller came under fire last year following the dismissal of political analyst Juan Williams. This shakeup comes at a time when federal funding for NPR is threatened. Brooke Gladstone, host of "On The Media" explains the latest news.

Watch the video behind this controversy (from The Daily Caller)

Guests:

Brooke Gladstone

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