We’re experiencing signal difficulties this afternoon in our live feed of All Things Considered (ATC) from National Public Radio (NPR). Upon investigation, it appears to be a problem originating from the NPR signal generated in Washington, DC. The audio simply drops out intermittently — a very frustrating sort of problem. We’re working with NPR to restore normal service.
In the mean time, three bits of good news:
- NPR programming ends at 6:00 p.m. local time and won’t resume until the wee hours of the morning; once we’re based on locally-originated material, the annoying drop-outs will end.
- We expect the NPR signal difficulties to be resolved before Morning Edition kicks off early Tuesday.
- You can listen to All Things Considered — in its entirety or story-by-story — here.
So we’re still on the air — except for the ATC issues this evening. We deeply apologize for the difficulty.