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Two Longtime WNYC Radio Hosts Placed On 'Immediate Leave' For Alleged 'Inappropriate Behavior'

Leonard Lopate, 77, who has hosted a popular midday talk show about books, culture and society for 32 years, was escorted from the building on Wednesday, about an hour before his program was to begin; he says management has refused to tell him what incidents led to his suspension. Also off the air is Jonathan […]
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