WAMU 88.5 : About

J.J. Yore, General Manager

JJ Yore

JJ Yore is WAMU’s general manager. A collaborative leader with a rare capacity to innovate, grow and manage major enterprises, JJ joins WAMU with extensive public radio experience.

As developer of the Marketplace public radio programs, JJ inspired teams of journalists to deliver complex business and economics information in a uniquely accessible yet intelligent way. The result was a series of programs that have been influential across the media industry and beloved by millions. His editorial leadership also earned Marketplace the highest accolades in media, including the DuPont-Columbia and Peabody awards.

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Staff

  • Bianca Salinas, Assistant to the General Manager

Contact

jjyore@wamu.org

 

 

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From Broadway To TV, An Actress' Death Takes Us Down Cultural Rabbit Hole

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'Sweetbitter' Is A Savory Saga Of Restaurant Life And Love

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