Alan Miller talks with KSFR’s Dave Marash

NLP in the News

NLP’s president and CEO, Alan C. Miller, was interviewed on Thursday, March 30, by Dave Marash of KSFR-FM, a public radio station in Santa Fe, N.M. They discussed how reporters are covering President Donald Trump’s administration and why it’s necessary to teach young people about journalism, its role in a democracy, and the importance of credible information.

This was Miller’s second appearance on Here & There with Dave Marash. You can listen to their first conversation here.

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