NLP-Scripps partnership featured on Cincinnati’s NPR affiliate

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NLP’s recently announced partnership with the E.W. Scripps Company was the topic of a segment today on Cincinnati Edition, a public affairs program on NPR affiliate WVXU. Alan Miller, NLP’s founder and CEO, and Scripps CEO Adam Symson explained how — and why — Scripps and NLP are teaming up to help people become savvy news consumers and to recognize quality journalism and the important role it plays in a democracy.

 

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