Kellogg, NPR national correspondent, departs after 14 months
NPR National Correspondent Alex P. Kellogg has left the network after 14 months on the job, he told the Journal-isms blog on Monday (Jan. 16). "We're parting ways amicably," Kellogg said. The blog noted that Kellogg is "one of NPR's two black male on-air journalists." The Harvard-educated Kellogg had previously reported for the Wall Street Journal and Detroit Free Press. While at NPR he reported on topics including deportations, interracial marriage and the racial gap in homeownership.