If you’re a fan of Latino USA, you know we’re on NPR, which–no two ways about it, has a diversity problem. But the network’s new CEO and President, Jarl Mohn, has plans to change that. He tells host Maria Hinojosa that diversity can and should make business sense. And he recognizes that both in the newsroom and in terms of listenership.
Jarl Mohn is President and CEO of NPR, one of the country’s most iconic news and cultural content organizations. In this capacity, Mohn oversees NPR’s global operations and partnerships with more than a thousand public radio stations, serving over 30 million people who listen to NPR programming each week.
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