Radio

RadioCan you hear me now? Below are examples of recent radio / audio stories. Please note that each paragraph serves as the story’s respective host intro (so be sure to read them before playing audio).


American Indians Cry Foul Play on Indian Road Playground Design
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Construction on Inwood’s Indian Road Playground is nearly complete. The renovated playground, named for its location at Indian Road and 214th Street, will have all new equipment and a new theme: Native American natural history. But leaders in the Native American community say designers missed the mark. Broadcast on The Uptown Collective.


An Audio Postcard from Little Italy, NYC
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Anyone who says there’s no Little Italy left in New York City hasn’t been to Mulberry Street. Locals and city maps show its boundaries are shrinking with the encroachment of Chinatown. But there’s still some authenticity left.


Living “Off the Map” in Inwood and Washington Heights
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Of the 48 million people expected to visit New York City this year, it’s unlikely many of them will make it to Inwood, the northernmost neighborhood in Manhattan. Maybe that’s because for years these neighborhoods have literally been off the map. Awarded a second place Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists, Region 1. Broadcast on Northattan.com.


The Pianist: Acoustics of Culture
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Feifan Oh is a pianist and recent graduate from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. She moved to New York City from Malaysia to pursue her love for piano when she was 17. But it wasn’t just her address that changed.