Hear the MISSING HOLOCAUST REEL.
When the death camps and ghettos of Europe were liberated at the end of World War II, a psychologist from Chicago visited former prisoners and recorded dozens of interviews. David Boder’s recordings are among the earliest testimonies from Holocaust survivors. But, long-missing from this collection was a reel of songs recently discovered at the University of Akron. That music tells a story you might not expect.
(Text taken from ideastream.org)
This piece was aired nationally in PBS NewsHour. Watch it here.
Winner of 2018 NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter Emmy® in the category of Arts/Entertainment - News Single Story/Series/Feature
Listen along to a COCONUT CAKE FIASCO.
More than one monkey-wrench gets thrown her way as April goes all out to impress her love in this podcast-style story. Because when the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, sometimes you have to crack a few coconuts...
PORTAGE down memory lane.
Craig Johnson reflects on his decision to restore his late father's old wooden canoe and how the heirloom continues to carry family memories.
The Portage was filmed and directed by Margaret Cavalier and Claire Gysegem as part of the Ohio University Public Media Masters Program. This short film was featured in the 2016 Drop Your Shorts Film Festival at the Athena Cinema in Athens, Ohio.
Take a SCHOOL FLIGHT.
For students growing up on North and South Bass Islands in Lake Erie, a plane ride to school is routine. It might seem like a route for the rich, but on this tourist attraction island, how does such remote living impact their aspirations when it comes time to leave?
This piece was featured in a PBS multi-station initiate Great Lakes Today.