Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Allegations of sexual misconduct have shaken many organizations, including ours. NPR has fired or suspended male executives, and so have other organizations within the public radio network. One of the biggest stars to have fallen is Garrison Keillor, longtime host of "A Prairie Home Companion." Minnesota Public Radio and its parent group, APMG, cut ties with Keillor last week. It is a complicated divorce, as Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr reports. We should note Kerr and his news department were not involved in the company's decision. EUAN KERR, BYLINE: For many people, there is no name more synonymous with public radio than Garrison Keillor, creator of "A Prairie Home...
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