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Alan Chartock retirement announcement RT Panel

Alan Chartock

WAMC's President and CEO Alan S. Chartock announced his retirement this morning. Joe Donahue, Selma Kaplan, Libby Post, and Mike Spain met in Studio A to spend time honoring Alan's tenure and sharing stories with and from listeners.

We share an edited and condensed version of this morning's broadcast on this post.

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