Minneapolis-based Public Radio International (PRI) has a new owner. The smaller competitor to National Public Radio announced Thursday it has been sold to WGBH Boston. Although terms of the deal were not disclosed, PRI will still produce its programming and Alisa Miller will remain CEO. PRI was founded 28 years ago and is on 900 radio stations nationwide.
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