If you listen regularly to NPR, you’re probably not familiar with the name Frank Tavares. But you surely know his voice.
He reads NPR's funding credits, the ones that go like this: "Support for NPR comes from..." But after this summer, you won’t hear Tavares doing that anymore.
He's leaving NPR after 31 years in that role. Needless to say, NPR will sound different. Before he leaves, we wanted to get to know Mr. Tavares a little bit. Here's our interview with him.