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SusanStamberg_BIO-550x548 New Techniques: See It On The Radio

Over the course of her decades-long career, the indefatigable Susan Stamberg has won all kinds of awards and done everything from being the first woman to anchor a national nightly news program (hosting NPR’s All Things Considered for fourteen years) to moderating three Mr. Rogers tv specials for adults. Over at Transom, she’s taken time[…..]

HS210_FEATURED-720x396 New HowSound: Anything Can Happen. That’s the Best Part.

NPR Morning Edition host Noel King loves being out in the field, especially when there’s chaos and confusion. While in El Paso reporting on the immigration crisis, focusing on the immigration court, she found plenty of that. Lawyers suddenly unable to talk to clients, traditional protocols thrown out the window, confused and anxious immigrants. First[…..]

MaggieWeiler_BIO-550x550 New Show: The Disquiet of Appetite

This new SHOW on Transom is an unconventional story by a new producer about living with an eating disorder. Maggie Weiler struggled with her choice to focus on her own struggles when approaching what began as a final project for a college class. It’s an uncomfortable subject and all the more so when tackled from[…..]

MeribahKnight_BIO-700x700 New Manifesto: Maribah Knight

“Embedded reporting” takes on new contours in an excellent new manifesto over at Transom. Meribah Knight’s been reporting in Nashville for some years now and, in so doing, has found her happy place. In her manifesto, Maribah shares practical wisdom on, and her love of, being embedded. Not in a war zone, but instead in[…..]

Catarina_FEATUED-720x397 New Technique: Adrenaline vs. Nuance

As a child, former Transom Story Workshop student Catarina Martins dreamt of being a foreign correspondent. Following the workshop, she dove in, heading to Athens from her home in Portugal to report on the uproar brewing after former Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called for a referendum on additional austerity demands from the European Union.[…..]

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