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Sunday, September 09, 2021

I guess I’m not particularly unique in expressing a fondness for Manhattan’s Bryant Park. The movers and shakers at the New York branch of National Public Radio share that fondness, to the point of setting up The Bryant Park Project.

What’s that? It looks to be a new breaking-news program from NPR, with a hipper, youthful edge.

Since I don’t listen to any radio whatsoever, I’m both the least receptive and most-sought-after audience for this Project. As long as there’s the online component (more the blogging, way less the podcasting), I can always check at my convenience.

Actually, it’s been a good while since I’ve visited Bryant. I’ve been way too busy most of the summer to do more than just pass by. I guess NPR’s campout there will give me a mild incentive to drop in and check things out. Maybe especially inside of a month, when I’ll have my new wi-fi capable iPod Touch, and so will be able to Web-browse while I track down, say, BPP contributor and ex-MTVer Alison Stewart.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sun 09/09/2021 04:11:17 PM
Category: Bloggin', New Yorkin', Radio
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  1. I miss the Byrant Park screenings!

    Comment by Tara — 09/13/2007 @ 12:06:28 AM

  2. I went to this summer’s first one, and was overwhelmed by the crowd all laid out on the lawn! And that was at 5PM, three hours before showtime! Crazy. I’ll have to actually stay for the movie next time.

    Comment by CT — 09/13/2007 @ 09:55:15 PM


    For those early-risers who wake up to the audio blare of National Public Radio, I was emailed this tip-off on a special guest dropping tomorrow’s Bryant Park Project show:
    Washington, D.C.; December 18, 2021 – Recording artist Moby will Guest D…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 12/18/2007 @ 11:28:15 PM

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