Q&A: Radio Producer, Amanda Aronczyk

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AMANDA ARONCZYK is a public radio reporter and producer. She has been reporting for almost 15 years and has worked on staff at Radiolab, Marketplace, Weekend America and The Next Big Thing.

As a freelancer, she has reported and produced for a variety of programs, including the BBC World…

I’m currently producing an hour-long radio doc on the Richard Wright classic, “Native Son.” It’s part of Studio 360’s series on American Icons.

I’m currently producing an hour-long radio doc on the Richard Wright classic, “Native Son.” It’s part of Studio 360’s series on American Icons.

For 2012-2013, I’m an OSI Justice Media Fellow working on stories about crime and debt.

For 2012-2013, I’m an OSI Justice Media Fellow working on stories about crime and debt.

Check out the podcast I produced for Freakonomics.

Check out the podcast I produced for Freakonomics.

Marketplace: Economy 4.0

Marketplace: Economy 4.0

Five years into a ten-year prison sentence for multiple counts of  conspiracy to commit fraud and making false statements to the SEC, Bruno  Rumignani is trying to make the best of his situation.  He takes  pottery classes, and has taught opera to fellow inmates. Meanwhile, his  daughter Suzanne has given her life over to an effort to get her father  (whom she believes is innocent) back home with his family. The Next Big  Thing’s Amanda Aronczyk follows Suzanne as she makes yet another trip  from New York to Duluth, MN, to visit her father in jail.
http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2004/sep/17/whose-justice/

Five years into a ten-year prison sentence for multiple counts of conspiracy to commit fraud and making false statements to the SEC, Bruno Rumignani is trying to make the best of his situation. He takes pottery classes, and has taught opera to fellow inmates. Meanwhile, his daughter Suzanne has given her life over to an effort to get her father (whom she believes is innocent) back home with his family. The Next Big Thing’s Amanda Aronczyk follows Suzanne as she makes yet another trip from New York to Duluth, MN, to visit her father in jail.

http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2004/sep/17/whose-justice/

WNYC: The Next Big Thing
In 2002, Emily Botein and I produced an hour-long special on McCarren Park Pool, an abandoned and, at the time, little-known relic from New York’s public works past.
http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2002/aug/25/

WNYC: The Next Big Thing

In 2002, Emily Botein and I produced an hour-long special on McCarren Park Pool, an abandoned and, at the time, little-known relic from New York’s public works past.

http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2002/aug/25/

FPAA: Museum Without Walls

FPAA: Museum Without Walls

New public radio, new media, new economy, new news. Oh, and some stuff that’s probably not new at all.
WNYC: Radiolab

WNYC: Radiolab

Since 2010, I have been teaching radio classes at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Check back here for links, book lists, student work and various musings.

Since 2010, I have been teaching radio classes at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Check back here for links, book lists, student work and various musings.

American Icons: Monticello

American Icons: Monticello

Q&A: Radio Producer, Amanda Aronczyk

reporthers:

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AMANDA ARONCZYK is a public radio reporter and producer. She has been reporting for almost 15 years and has worked on staff at Radiolab, Marketplace, Weekend America and The Next Big Thing.

As a freelancer, she has reported and produced for a variety of programs, including the BBC World…

I’m currently producing an hour-long radio doc on the Richard Wright classic, “Native Son.” It’s part of Studio 360’s series on American Icons.

I’m currently producing an hour-long radio doc on the Richard Wright classic, “Native Son.” It’s part of Studio 360’s series on American Icons.

For 2012-2013, I’m an OSI Justice Media Fellow working on stories about crime and debt.

For 2012-2013, I’m an OSI Justice Media Fellow working on stories about crime and debt.

Check out the podcast I produced for Freakonomics.

Check out the podcast I produced for Freakonomics.

Marketplace: Economy 4.0

Marketplace: Economy 4.0

Five years into a ten-year prison sentence for multiple counts of  conspiracy to commit fraud and making false statements to the SEC, Bruno  Rumignani is trying to make the best of his situation.  He takes  pottery classes, and has taught opera to fellow inmates. Meanwhile, his  daughter Suzanne has given her life over to an effort to get her father  (whom she believes is innocent) back home with his family. The Next Big  Thing’s Amanda Aronczyk follows Suzanne as she makes yet another trip  from New York to Duluth, MN, to visit her father in jail.
http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2004/sep/17/whose-justice/

Five years into a ten-year prison sentence for multiple counts of conspiracy to commit fraud and making false statements to the SEC, Bruno Rumignani is trying to make the best of his situation. He takes pottery classes, and has taught opera to fellow inmates. Meanwhile, his daughter Suzanne has given her life over to an effort to get her father (whom she believes is innocent) back home with his family. The Next Big Thing’s Amanda Aronczyk follows Suzanne as she makes yet another trip from New York to Duluth, MN, to visit her father in jail.

http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2004/sep/17/whose-justice/

WNYC: The Next Big Thing
In 2002, Emily Botein and I produced an hour-long special on McCarren Park Pool, an abandoned and, at the time, little-known relic from New York’s public works past.
http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2002/aug/25/

WNYC: The Next Big Thing

In 2002, Emily Botein and I produced an hour-long special on McCarren Park Pool, an abandoned and, at the time, little-known relic from New York’s public works past.

http://www.wnyc.org/shows/tnbt/2002/aug/25/

FPAA: Museum Without Walls

FPAA: Museum Without Walls

New public radio, new media, new economy, new news. Oh, and some stuff that’s probably not new at all.
WNYC: Radiolab

WNYC: Radiolab

Since 2010, I have been teaching radio classes at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Check back here for links, book lists, student work and various musings.

Since 2010, I have been teaching radio classes at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Check back here for links, book lists, student work and various musings.

American Icons: Monticello

American Icons: Monticello

"New public radio, new media, new economy, new news. Oh, and some stuff that’s probably not new at all."

About:

Amanda Aronczyk is a public radio and new media journalist. She has worked for some of the best shows in public radio, from Radio Lab to Studio 360, as well as produced podcasts for the New Yorker and Slate. She is currently an Adjunct Instructor at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.