The Listeners of National Public Radio

Friday, September 01, 2006

Transcript

As a listener of NPR you may have at one time or another been stereotyped as an educated, white, maritini swilling, New York Times reading, Volvo driving, West Wing watcher. Using a new and very detailed profile, Brooke investigates how much truth there is in the stereotype.

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