- NPR says it will no longer distribute "World of Opera" as a result of Baltimore show host Lisa Simeone's activities with an Occupy D.C. protest group.
- The case of Lisa Simeone, the radio host forced off one public radio show because of her involvement in the occupy movement, says a lot about today's toxic political climate.
- Right or wrong, Lisa Simeone has landed NPR back in the culture-wars battlefield. Her role in October 2011 — one of the groups camped in the nation's capital as part of the Occupy movement — could also spell an end to her presence on public radio after decades on the air.
- NPR show host Lisa Simeone Thursday confirmed a report published here and elsewhere that she was fired Wednesday by the public radio series "Soundprint." The firing came as a result of what "Soundprint' executives saw an an ethical violation by Simeone for her work as a spokeswoman with October 2011, one of the groups involved in the Occupy D.C. movement.
- Baltimore broadcaster Lisa Simeone fired back Wednesday night after National Public Radio told the Baltimore Sun it was looking into her role as a spokesman for a group involved in the Occupy D.C. movement.
- National Public radio says it is looking into the role that Baltimore resident Lisa Simeone is playing as a spokeswoman for "October 2011," one of the Occupy D.C. groups encamped at Freedom Plaza in Washington.