Category Archives: Multimedia

The Takeaway

I have produced many segments for The Takeaway, where I am a contributing associate producer.

These segments have covered national elections in India and Iraq, the Donald Sterling and Bryan Singer scandals, political tensions in Asia and Russia, Michael Jackson and Rosa Parks, Saturn’s moons, and the Ford Mustang. You can listen to those conversations and many others I produced here.

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Eid al-Fitr at The Futa Islamic Center

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This photo essay documents Eid al-Fitr services on August 19, 2012, at the Futa Islamic Center, a Harlem mosque that serves a community of many Guinean immigrants from the Fulani ethnic group.

Election Night, Senegalese Style

Guest on Global City NYC Podcast. Host: Luke Kerr-Dineen. Producer: Rebekah Mintzer. Listen to more at Global City NYC.

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Bikes By George

An audio slideshow that briefly chronicles the life, work, and career of George Philber, a former competitive cyclist from Trinidad who has owned and operated the East Village shop Bikes By George since 1979. Produced for Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

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Audio Profile: From Stage to Page

A profile of Rebekah Mintzer, a journalist, Columbia Journalism School student and former child actress.

 

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Audio Postcard: Brooklyn Flea

Every Sunday, The Brooklyn Flea comes to the banks of the East River in Williamsburg. This audio postcard features the sounds of the scene and conversations with vendors and browsers on a hot August afternoon.

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Audio Profile: Brian McAllister

A conversation with recently retired New York City police officer Brian McAllister about his frustrations with the department and its relationship with the public. He’s found peace off the force, with the help of his dog Lola.

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Convo: Lollapalooza 2011, Saturday

This is the second part of a collaboration with Tea and Celluloid. She wrote up a review of day one, we collaborated on a podcast about day two, and I wrote a review of day three.

For our review of Saturday, we decided to record a conversation, rather than awkwardly divide up paragraphs or write by committee. Have a listen, here:

0:00 – The Black Lips
3:24 – Mayer Hawthorne
9:12 – Local Natives/”Tribal”
13:08 – Deftones
16:15 – Patrick Stump and Fall Out Boy
26:57 – Ween/Dinner
30:34 – Atmosphere
33:25 – Eminem
41:00 – Rap/Hip-hop and bad boys turned good/accepted

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