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Journalist Noah Adams on Writing for Radio and Print

All Things Considered host Noah Adams. After dropping out of college he began his radio career as a DJ. He was also a car salesman. Adams came to National Public Radio over twenty years ago as a writer and tape editor; he started working for "All Things Considered" soon after he was hired. His new book, "Noah Adams on All Things Considered," discusses his involvement with ATC and how the show and his journalistic style have changed.


Other segments from the episode on October 19, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 19, 1992: Interview with Noah Adams; Review of Suzanne Vega's album "99.9 F."


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