Susan Stamberg

Special correspondent for NPR

Special correspondent for NPR

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Susan Stamberg is one of the founding broadcasters of National Public Radio, along with Linda Wertheimer and Cokie Roberts.

NPR founding mother Susan Stamberg gets a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Susan Stamberg is one of the founding broadcasters of National Public Radio, along with Linda Wertheimer and Cokie Roberts.

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