Criticize NPR!

And get paid a minimum of $129,000 to do so!

NPR is looking for a new ombudsman:

    At NPR the Ombudsman acts as the independent advocate for the listeners to NPR programs. Listeners are invited to contact the ombudsman when they have a comment or a concern about what they hear — or don’t hear — on NPR.

    NPR is currently searching for an Ombudsman to develop, communicate and uphold the highest standards of editorial integrity to assure fairness, balance and accuracy in NPR journalistic ethics. The position acts as arbiter of fairness, balance and accuracy in news reporting, operating independently from NPR News; articulates NPR standards of journalistic ethics, both domestically and internationally as a leader in the global journalistic communities; acts as an arbiter of Cultural Programming insofar as those programs address issues of a journalistic nature. The Ombudsman provides leadership to the public radio system on matters of news ethics and standards; maintains outside relationships with member stations and other organizations in matters related to journalistic integrity; and writes and speaks on matters of journalistic standards, including, but not limited to, regular reports on NPR Digital Media and
    other programs, and appearances at regional public radio conferences.
    Position also hires, trains, and develops staff; clearly communicates
    duties and responsibilities to staff as well as performance expectations; and reviews staff work.