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Brian Munoz

  • Although Tim Eby resigned from St. Louis Public Radio last week, he will remain at the station for six months as an executive consultant with the same salary and benefits he previously received while employed as general manager. Eby will be paid about $70,000 over the next six months for serving as an executive consultant reporting to UMSL Chancellor Kristin Sobolik.
  • Tim Eby (pictured), the former general manager at St. Louis Public Radio, was removed from his post Thursday after coming under fire alongside other station leaders for allegations of a “legacy of structural racism” at the station. Tom Livingston, a two-time former vice chairman of the National Public Radio Board of Directors and chief executive officer of Livingston Associates, becomes interim general manager.