NPR (National Public Radio) is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organization that serves as a national syndicator to about 800 public radio stations through its member stations. Headquartered in Washington, DC, NPR strives to keep the public informed of events, ideas, and cultures through its programming.
In 2018, NPR raised about $250 million, primarily from program services and contributions, gifts, and grants. Expenses totaled $235 million (not including $10 million in depreciation) with the largest expense being compensation. 1,283 employees were compensated $144 million, which equates to an average compensation of $112,000. However, only 492 employees (38% of total employees) received more than $100,000.
The 30 most highly compensated employees were reported to be: Read more
NPR (National Public Radio) – the radio station that people love to love – is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organization that works with its member stations to foster a more informed public by providing a deeper understanding of events, ideas, and cultures.
Based out of Washington, DC, NPR is also noteworthy for its on air fundraising although most people would be surprised to learn that public support in the form of contributions, gifts, and grants is not the number one source of revenue. Instead, program service revenue (station programming fees, digital media sponsorships, membership dues from member stations, distribution, and digital services) is the primary source of revenue for NPR followed by contributions, gifts, and grants. Read more