Does five CEOs in five years sound like a lot of upheaval? That's what's happened at National Public Radio, which has named media industry veteran Jarl Mohn as its new leader. The job had become something of a revolving door since 2009. Mohn, who started out as a disc jockey in the late sixties, said this in referring to NPR's current financial deficit: "We shouldn't define the organization by its problems, we should define it by its opportunities. And there's great opportunity here."
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