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Paul Ingles
Cedar Creek Studios/Good Radio Shows

2029 La Veta NE
Albuquerque , New Mexico,  87110-6401

505-255-1219 (Home)
paul@paulingles.com
pingles@npr.org
http://www.paulingles.com

Available For : Acting, Arts reporting, Consulting, Documentary production, Field Recording, Interviewing, Mentoring, Music programming, Music recording, News Reporting, Post production, Promotion and Marketing, Sound Editing and Mixing, Tape Syncs, Print Reporting, Public Radio, Voiceover, 
NPR Liaison to Independent Producers

Equipement/Studio : Cassette Recorder, DAT Recorders, Hard Disc/Flash recorder, FTP, ISDN etc, Minidisk Recorders, Recording Studio, 
Software Audio Workshop (SAW)

Media Experience : Audio Art, Commercial Radio, Community Radio, Radio Documentary, Radio Drama, Television, Web Design, Print Media, On-air talent, Podcasting, Slideshow production, 

Bio : Paul has been in broadcasting since 1975 and has experience as a producer, news and sports reporter, recording engineer, editor, on-air personality, trainer and manager.

Paul has worked at radio and television stations in North Carolina, Washington, DC, Ohio and New Mexico. More recently, as an independent radio producer, he has filed reports for NPR news magazines and NPR newscasts as well as numerous other public radio programs including Justice Talking, On The Media, Living on Earth, The Splendid Table, National Native News, The Looseleaf Book Company, Beyond Computers, and Pacifica Network News. His newspaper writing is often featured in The Albuquerque Tribune.

He has produced radio programs on music, popular culture, literature, media literacy and other topics that have been distributed either by NPR or independently to public radio stations around the world. His programs include The Beatles In America - 1964, Everything Was Right: The Beatles Revolver\", The Emergence of Bob Dylan, The Day John Lennon Died, A Paul McCartney Appreciation, George Harrison: An Appreciation, Local Broadcast News and Local Democracy, The Peace Talks Radio Series, A Celebration of Southwest Storytellers, A Holiday Folk Tour with Judy Collins, The Open Mic Folk Series, The Emergence of Joni Mitchell, The Emergence of Paul Simon, and other music specials on The Rolling Stones, Shawn Colvin, Lou Reed, Bo Diddley, Clarence Clemons, Levon Helm and others.

Paul is president of both Good Radio Shows, Inc. and Cedar Creek Studios, Inc.

Notes : Paul is also under contract with NPR as its Liaison to Independent Producers. Producers are encouraged to contact him with any and all questions about maneuvering through the public radio universe as an independent.

Paul has received multiple awards including the 2003 Edward R. Murrow Award from the RTNDA for Best Use of Sound in a piece produced for Living on Earth. He has also won two NFCB Golden Reels for his feature and news reporting for NPR, in addition to many Silver Reel and Special Merit Awards from NFCB. His series Peace Talks Radio has twice been honored with the Paul Re Peace Prize at the University of New Mexico.


Amy Isackson

San Diego , California,  92007
USA
7608221077 (Office)
amyisackson@gmail.com

Available For : Consulting, Field Recording, Interviewing, Mentoring, News Reporting, Non-English Languages, Tape Syncs, Print Reporting, Public Radio, Voiceover, 

Equipement/Studio : Adobe Audition, Hard Disc/Flash recorder, FTP, ISDN etc, 

Media Experience : Community Radio, International Reporting, Radio Documentary, Television, Multimedia production, On-air talent, 

Bio : Amy Isackson is a freelance journalist who covers California\'s U.S.-Mexico border, Tijuana and immigration. For the last seven years, she has taken public radio listeners down into drug smuggling tunnels, out to sea in search of smuggling boats, on immigration \"raids\" and to the scenes of gruesome drug cartel murders, among other places. Her work has been recognized with numerous awards including \"Best Writing\" from the Associated Press Television-Radio Association of California and Nevada, three Best-In-Show\'s from the San Diego Society of Professional Journalists and the Ruben Salazar Journalism Award. Isackson is also a two-time winner of the Sol Price Prize for Responsible Journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists for her story about high school students smuggling people and drugs across the U.S.-Mexico border and a multimedia project called \"Border Battle: Bringing Home the Drug War\". Her work has been heard on National Public Radio\'s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, PRI\'s The World, KQED\'s The California Report, the BBC and NPR\'s San Diego affiliate, KPBS. Isackson majored in Latin American History at Williams College. She got her start in public radio by pitching stories about equine dentistry and sheep shearing to Radio New Zealand.


Sara Ivry

360 Clinton Avenue,  Brooklyn , New York,  11238

Available For : Interviewing, Print Reporting, Public Radio, Voiceover, 

Media Experience : Print Media, Multimedia production, On-air talent, Podcasting, Social media strategy,