Converging technologies raise new questions for public radio — like taking responsibility for decisions about photos used by affiliate radio stations to illustrate a story online? What Haiti coverage illuminated, and what it didn’t. Plus, whether NPR is going ‘too easy’ on President Obama. Kojo talks with your representative at NPR, Ombudsman Alicia Shepard.

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