In a little-noticed portion of the National Public Radio undercover video, now-departed NPR executive Ron Schiller discussed the taxpayer-subsidized network's efforts to limit the damage from the firing of commentator Juan Williams.
At the time, October 2010, some Republicans were expressing outrage over NPR's decision to dump Williams for comments about Muslims made on Fox News. Read More
It’s been a tough couple of days for NPR and the Schillers. When I sat down to write my Wednesday Examiner column arguing that NPR would be wise to agree to phase out government funding, Vivian Schiller was CEO of NPR and Ron Schiller was president of the NPR Foundation, preparing to leave for a position with the Aspen Institute. Read More
How do you resign from a job that you haven't even started yet? According to the Aspen Institute, Ron Schiller, the former NPR executive caught on tape trashing conservatives, has suggested that he not work for the organization. Read More
Responding to a sting video in which conservative activist James O'Keefe filmed NPR Foundation president Ron Schiller calling Tea Party activists racist, National Public Radio spokesperson Dana Davis Rehm, senior vice president of marketing, communications and external relations, made this statement: Read More