WDUQ Director Re-Elected to NPR Board of Directors
Scott Hanley, director and general manager of WDUQ 90.5 FM, has been elected to serve a second term on the National Public Radio (NPR) board of directors. His second three-year term on the 17-member board will begin in November.
Hanley has been with WDUQ-FM as the director and general manager since 1995. As a member of the NPR board of directors he serves on both the executive and investment committees and is chair of the distribution/ interconnection committee. Hanley is also president of the Pittsburgh Radio Organization and is chair of the Public Broadcasting Management Association. He serves on many groups, task forces and advisory panels for the Public Radio System, NPR and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).
An accomplished musician who has performed widely as a singer and instrumentalist, Hanley is also an adjunct professor of audio and video production, journalism and media sales in the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts at Duquesne.
Hanley resides in Ross Township with his wife, Donna, and their two sons Michael and Jon.
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