The public radio station, formerly KPLU, has begun advertising for a successor with multifold talents, from assigning and directing daily coverage to editing copy, from maintaining National Public Radio ties to pitching in with pitches during fund drives.

“This is a great job at a great station in a great place,” Hennessey posted on Facebook, encouraging applicants.  She promised “strong station leadership and a collegial newsroom.”
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Hennessey has been at the helm since 1996, at a jazz/blues/news station that saved itself on the fly in 2016 with a wellspring of support from its listeners.

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