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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Cutbacks at NH Public Radio

The Union Leader reports on the restructuring at New Hampshire Public Radio, which includes the loss of a veteran Granite State reporter.
The popular Concord-based station said in a news release its new strategic plan includes the transition to digital media, and the reorganization is designed to create efficiencies in an economy challenged by declining corporate support.

The jobs of business reporter David Darman, a 15-year NHPR veteran, two administrative positions and an engineering job were included in the cuts.

Darman's reporting will be missed. As the resources of the New Hampshire press corps continue to dwindle, the role of citizen journalists to crowd-source what's really happening will increase. We look to you for your tips and stories.

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