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Ina Jaffe gets new beat at NPR West

inajaffe-npr.jpgNPR national correspondent Ina Jaffe is taking on the newly created aging beat, starting today. "In this new role, Ina will cover all aspects of aging: from finances and work life, to health care, relationships and the broader demographic realities facing the country," says an NPR spokesman. "Through Ina’s reports, NPR seeks to explore how the aging baby boom generation is transforming aging, and how a large percentage of the population is facing entirely new challenges." She will stay at the Jefferson Boulevard studios of NPR West in Culver City.

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