NPR’s Robert Siegel Coming To Pullman
After 30 years hosting All Things Considered, NPR’s Robert Siegel signed off January 5 to accolades from listeners and fellow staff members. His retirement plans include a trip to Pullman, WA where the tribute continues: he’ll receive The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication Lifetime Achievement Award.
Siegel will receive the Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award March 26, 7 pm, at Washington State University. The award ceremony is part of the Murrow Symposium, which brings prominent media figures and students together to discuss contemporary issues facing the communication professions. The public is invited to the ceremony at no charge, although registration is required.
We hope you’ll join us in Pullman to honor Robert Siegel and wish him well in his retirement. Congratulations, Robert!