Art enthusiasts, look no further—NPR’s D.C. headquarters are a museum, a concert hall, and a library all wrapped into one. Hallways are adorned with whimsical tributes to the legendary institution, featuring winners of an annual “What Does NPR Look Like to You?” contest. And as a result, the collection represents the diverse artistic vibe that delights and inspires the NPR team.
With hours and hours of airwaves to broadcast on, production is happening constantly at NPR. And at the office, you’ll always feel right at the heart of it: Giant schedules of the day’s programs glow brightly on flat panel TVs–right below a large countdown clock that reminds both production crews and passersby when it’s time for the next program.
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