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Every year, National Public Radio (NPR) hosts Weekend in Washington, which brings together radio enthusiasts and supporters from across the country. This year was their first time introducing "Generation Listen," a group of young, influential NPR listeners. Entrepreneur Joel Holland hosted a breakout dinner at his penthouse in Turnberry Tower, which was catered courtesy Occasions Caterers and featured a heated discussion about the future of public radio, which could evolve rapidly over the next decade to keep up with our digital, share-happy world...speaking of, have you downloaded the fantastic NPR app??
En route to #NPRWeekend, cab driver is listening to NPR. "Is it okay that this is on?" he asks. I gave him a high five.#NPRGenListen
Guests included: Joel Holland, Akita Ardakani, Amy Benzinger, Audrey Buchanan, Dustin Bramell, Danielle Deabler, Rachel Cohen Gerrol, Emily Greener, Steve Henn, Anneke Jong, Renee Kelly, Eric Kuhn, Mary Ashley Laine, Tim Olson, Gina Rudan, Lars Schmidt, Amanda Slavin, Shari Thomas, Matt Thompson and Thysson Williams.
[Anneke Jong, Amy Benzinger, Emily Greener] [Dustin Bramell, Audrey Buchanan, Eric Kuhn]
[NPR's Steve Henn, Tim Olson and Matt Thompson led the panel discussion, which turned into the three of them asking the questions while Generation Listen answered!]