Diane Rehm Announces Retirement
After more than 30 years of interviewing newsmakers, authors and artists, radio host Diane Rehm will retire from NPR’s The Diane Rehm Show following the 2016 presidential election. She began hosting her eponymous two-hour news discussion program in 1984 on Washington’s WAMU-FM, which she joined as a volunteer in 1973. NPR has syndicated the show nationally since 1995; it is currently carried on 197 stations and garners millions of listeners each week. See Rehm’s legacy honored via Facebook and Twitter.
Diane talks with Steve Inskeep of NPR about her plans to retire after the 2016 elections: https://t.co/LoitVVVM4w
— The Diane Rehm Show (@drshow) December 9, 2015
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