NPR will use the interest from the bequest to expand its information staff and cut back some member stations’ fees. NPR suffered an virtually-fatal setback in 1983 when efforts to expand companies created a deficit of practically $7 million (equivalent to $18 million in 2018 dollars). After a Congressional investigation and the resignation of NPR’s then-president Frank Mankiewicz, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting agreed to lend the community money to be able to stave off bankruptcy. In exchange, NPR agreed to a new arrangement whereby the annual CPB stipend that it had beforehand obtained directly could be divided among native stations as a substitute; in turn, these stations would support NPR productions on a subscription foundation.
What is the best definition of technology?
The best definition of technology is the study and transformation of techniques, tools, and machines created by humans. Technology allows humans to study and evolve the physical