Bidding Farewell is really to work is really difficult. And if you have worked for 30 years it’s more difficult. It’s Robert Siegel’s last day facilitating NPR’s All Things Considered. He’s had that activity for as long as 30 years and held numerous different positions at NPR before that. As both a colleague and an audience, WBUR’s Managing Director of News and Programming Sam Fleming has a couple of musings on Siegel and his vocation.
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For The Past 30 Years
In an interview Robert Siegel NPR host said “For the past 30 years, I’ve been doing the same job: hosting All Things Considered. And doing it very happily.”
Everything Robert Has done at NPR
As with everything Robert has done at NPR, he’s going out with the same dignity, class and decorum that have characterized his tenure as the longest-serving host in NPR history.
Industry’s Highest Awards
Host Robert Siegel of NPR has earned a portion of the business’ most astounding honours, including a cameo on “The Simpsons.” Who can forget when the curmudgeonly Mr Burns watches as a wing of his mansion is destroyed — and Siegel shows up with a boom box? stay tuned for more information related to the Robert Siegel.
Losing One Of Journalism’s Giants
NPR listeners are losing one of journalism’s giants, and the newsman who gave NPR the credibility and gravitas that’s made the network one the country’s most distinguished news sources.
NPR’s Audience Probably Grew Tenfold
Robert’s effect on All Things Considered and NPR is boundless. NPR’s group of onlookers likely grew ten times amid his long residency at ATC. NPR has changed, but in many ways, Robert Siegel has not. Stay tuned to know about Robert Siegel retirement.
The Voice Of NPR
In an interview with WBUR’s All Things Considered, Lisa Mullins disclosed to Siegel numerous audience members think of him as “the voice of NPR.” Robert Siegel replied he appreciated the sentiment but disagreed.
Robert Siegel Bids Farewell
A native New Yorker and the New York FM radio station where Rober Siegel worked was sold in 1976. Robert Siegel worked for a little over 40 years — 41, to be precise. From which he worked as a host of ‘All Things Considered’ for 30 years. Finally, after a successful career, Robert Siegel has decided to take retirement.“I’m Robert Siegel. And you’re listening to All Things Considered from NPR News.” Will always be remembered.