Former NPR CEO Headed to NBC

by Gabe Bullard on June 2, 2011

Former NPR CEO Vivian Schiller has taken a new job at another news outlet. Schiller will “lead the digital strategy for NBC News and MSNBC,” according to a statement from NBC Universal.

Schiller resigned from NPR earlier this year following the firing of news analyst Juan Williams for remarks he made on Fox News and the release of a secretly-recorded video of a former NPR executive making apparently disparaging remarks about the political right.  The video was later found to have been misleadingly edited.

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