For our final episode of Uptown Radio, I worked on a piece about 3D Audio and the future of sound (and virtual reality).
When it comes to Donald Trump and women, one number is commonly used: an estimated 7 in 10 women nationally view him unfavorably. But on the Republican side, things are a little different, even if they’re not so open about it. That’s the story I worked on this week on Uptown Radio.
Today the pope release a new document on families called the Amoris Laetitia or The Joy of Love in Latin. In it he explains his views on love, marriage, contraception and divorce. I worked on a day story for Uptown Radio where I looked into the importance of this new document for divorced Catholics.
This week, Katie Ferguson and I co-hosted Uptown Radio.
You can listen to the full broadcast here.
Or you can listen to the two-way (interview) I did with Dr. David Klassen, the Chief Medical Officer at UNOS, on the first successful organ transplant between two HIV positive patients in the United States.
I worked on a day story for Uptown Radio covering the looming NJ Transit strike. I asked commuters how they were preparing for the strike, but I also asked people who work in transportation (taxis, uber, independent bus companies) how the strike would affect them.
You can find the full story and script on Uptown Radio’s website.
I did a short 3 minute piece for Uptown Radio on what’s at stake for Super Tuesday. It aired on Friday February 26th at 4pm. The piece was later picked up by WBAI. So it aired during their 6pm news on Monday February 29th.
As part of my training at Columbia Journalism School, I have to take a radio class where we learn to produce short pieces. Here is my profile of an area I like a lot : Fort Greene
As part of my training at Columbia Journalism School, I have to take a radio class where we learn to produce short pieces. I went around Central Park asking people about their favorite memories. Here is the vox pop I produced.