Tamar Charney is an editorial strategist specializing in how the public media network can work together to provide journalism on the platforms where people listen, read, and watch. She's currently a Consulting Senior Supervising Producer for NPR's Throughline and works with a variety of stations and organizations as a trainer and consultant.
At NPR, Charney led the editorial strategy for emerging platforms such as apps and smart speakers including NPR's state of the art personalized listening app NPR One. Tamar was an executive creator of NPR's Coronavirus Daily, co-led the localization of Consider This, and managed NPR's collaborative journalism work. Prior to joining NPR in 2016, Tamar was the Program Director at Michigan Radio.
This year was filled with big news stories, many on politics. But listeners also enjoyed NPR reporting that was focused on young people. Here are the NPR One stories most listened to, and most loved.
There's a difference between the news that you listen to, and the stories you love.
Listeners of our NPR One app rated these 10 stories as the most liked, recommended and shared in 2016.