NEW YORK — New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo and his top aides have told lawmakers they have not yet been told by NPR that it is ending its “plaid” audio format.

Cuomo told lawmakers on Monday that he has not yet had a direct conversation with NPR about the end of the “plough” audio.

Cuomo told lawmakers he will continue to monitor the NPR news network for any announcements regarding the end to “plas.”

NPR, however, has not made any announcements about the “noun” format or the future of the format.

NPR announced the end in February, saying that its format would be changed to a “narrative” format to give listeners more of an opportunity to explore topics without being tied to a specific news organization.

NPR has not said what that change means for its format.