WAMU General Manager Resigns After Tumultuous Summer at the Public Radio Station


The head of Washington’s NPR affiliate resigned Friday following months of internal turmoil and an explosive news story detailing allegations of sexual harassment by one of the station’s former reporters.

J.J. Yore, the general manager of WAMU, stepped down under pressure amid staff complaints about the station’s newsroom culture, including the treatment of Black and other minority employees...

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