Adam Fong Adam Fong is an American composer, performer and producer active in the San Francisco Bay area. He studied English and Music at Stanford University earning an M.A. in 2004. He then completed an M.F.A. in media studies at Cal Arts in 2006 where his teachers included James Tenney and Wadada Leo Smith.
Alex Blumberg Alex Blumberg is an American entrepreneur, radio journalist, former producer for public radio and television, best known for his work with This American Life and Planet Money. He is the co-founder and CEO of the podcast network Gimlet Media.
Alex Wise Alex Wise is the host and executive producer of Sea Change Radio, a nationally distributed interview-format radio show concerned with the advances being made toward a more environmentally sustainable world, economy, and future.
Alix Spiegel Alix Spiegel is an American public radio producer and science journalist who has worked on This American Life and for National Public Radio. She currently hosts and produces the program Invisibilia with Lulu Miller.
Al Letson Al Letson is an American poet, playwright, performer, journalist, and radio and podcast host. He created and hosted the show State of the Re:Union, distributed by National Public Radio and PRX. In 2013 he began hosting Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX.
Allison Balson Allison Balson is an American actress, who is also a published singer and songwriter. Her best-known role was that of Nancy Oleson on the Little House on the Prairie series which she held between 1981 and 1983.
Amy Bender Amy Bender is a sports reporter and producer. Her husband Trey Bender is also a sportscaster.
Ana Kasparian Anahit Misak "Ana" Kasparian, is an American political pundit and the co-host and producer for the online news show The Young Turks. She began working as a fill-in producer for The Young Turks in 2007, and is, co-host of the main show and host of The Point on the TYT Network.
Anna Winger Anna Winger is an American writer who lives in Berlin, Germany. She is creator of the television drama 'Deutschland 83' and author of the novel 'This Must Be the Place'. Her personal essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
April Winchell April Winchell Foley is an American voice actress, actress, writer, talk radio host, commentator and comedian. As of 1996, she is the official voice of Clarabelle Cow in the Disney franchise.
Arch Oboler Arch Oboler was an American playwright, screenwriter, novelist, producer, and director who was active in radio, films, theater, and television.
Captain Mikey Marion Elbridge Herrington, best known as Captain Mikey, was an American disc jockey; voice-over actor, who was the national voice for Sears; and innovative radio program director, who "pioneered album-oriented rock formats at San Jose's KOME and Los Angeles' KMET", and was described as "one of...
Carlton E. Morse Carlton Errol Morse was a Louisiana-born producer/journalist best known for his creation of the radio serial One Man's Family, which debuted in 1932 and ran until 1959 as one of the most popular as well as long-running radio soap operas of the time.
Carmelau Monestime Carmelau Monestime was a Haitian-born American community leader, activist and broadcaster. Monestime was a pioneer of Haitian Creole radio broadcasting in South Florida.
Cecil B. DeMille Cecil Blount DeMille was an American filmmaker. Between 1914 and 1958, he made a total of 70 features, both silent and sound films. He is acknowledged as a founding father of the cinema of the United States and the most commercially successful producer-director in film history.
Charles Amirkhanian Charles Amirkhanian is an American composer. He is a percussionist, sound poet, and radio producer of Armenian extraction. He is mostly known for his electroacoustic and text-sound music.
Chris Rathaus Chris Rathaus was an American a radio producer, program director and talk show host of radio programs in the United States. Rathaus passed on the Paul McCartney death hoax, to an associate radio dj, Roby Yonge at WABC in New York City.
Daisy Rosario Daisy Marie Rosario is an American public radio personality and former senior producer of NPR's Latino USA and producer of WNYC's Sooo Many White Guys, hosted by Phoebe Robinson. She is also the host of Mic's series Future Perfect.
Dan Gediman Dan Gediman is an American radio producer and performing songwriter. He is the executive producer of the public radio series This I Believe and co-editor, with Jay Allison, of the books This I Believe and This I Believe II: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women.
Dan Golenpaul Dan Golenpaul was the creator of Information Please, a popular American radio quiz show which aired on NBC. Golenpaul also edited early editions of the spin-off book, the Information Please Almanac.
Daniel Wakefield Smith Daniel Wakefield Smith is an American photojournalist, writer, researcher, composer, theatre director and actor from New Haven, Connecticut.
Danny Miller (radio producer) Daniel Miller is the co-executive producer of Fresh Air, an interview-format radio program produced by WHYY-FM in Philadelphia and distributed throughout the United States by National Public Radio.
Davar Ardalan Davar Ardalan is Director of Storytelling & Engagement at SecondMuse. Ardalan leads systems storytelling around citizen science, ocean health, materials innovation and big data.
David B. Eskind David B. Eskind was a radio scriptwriter and producer for the United States Army.
David Isay David Avram "Dave" Isay is an American radio producer and founder of Sound Portraits Productions. He is also the founder of StoryCorps, an ongoing oral history project. He is the recipient of numerous broadcasting honors, including six Peabody Awards and a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship.
Deborah S. Esquenazi Deborah S. Esquenazi is documentary filmmaker, writer, radio producer, instructor, and investigative journalist. She is a native Texan and currently resides in Austin, Texas with her wife and two children.
Dennis Daniel Dennis Daniel is an American media personality. He has been a public figure in radio, TV and film criticism for over 2 years. His regular voice and many character voices have been heard on thousands of radio and TV commercials nationwide.
Denny Somach Denny Somach is an American businessman, author, and Grammy-award winning radio producer. He is the founder of Denny Somach Productions, an independent production company that produces syndicated and network programming.
Dewey Hughes Dewey Hughes is an African American former radio personality and was Petey Greene's manager.
Don Gillis (composer) Donald Eugene Gillis was an American composer, conductor and teacher. The composition which has gained him most recognition is his orchestral Symphony No. 5½, A Symphony for Fun.
Drake-Chenault Drake-Chenault Enterprises was a radio syndication company that specialized in automation on FM radio stations. The company was founded in the late-1960s by radio programmer and deejay Bill Drake, and his business partner, Lester Eugene Chenault.
Elena Engel Elena F. Engel is a producer/director of film, video, radio and audio for The Walt Disney Company, Amblin Entertainment, Simon & Schuster Films, UNICEF, Western Publishing Company, National Public Radio, Warner Brothers Inc., Sesame Street, and The Disney Channel.
Eminem Marshall Bruce Mathers III, known professionally as Eminem, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and actor.
Erik Thompson Erik Thompson is an American voice actor and television announcer.
Frank Hummert Edward Frank Hummert, Jr., professionally known as Frank Hummert and sometimes credited as E. Frank Hummert, was an American advertising agent originally but was best known for writing/producing episodes of nearly 100 daytime/primetime radio serials between the 1930s and the 1950s.
Frank Shozo Baba Frank Shōzō Baba was a Japanese American Nisei who made radio broadcasts during World War II in the United States and in post-war Japan. He spent twelve years in Japan from the age of six months; another six years from age 29, and four and half years from age 46.
Frank Stasio Frank Stasio is an American talk radio host. He currently hosts The State of Things on North Carolina Public Radio.
Frederick Ziv Frederick W. Ziv was an American broadcasting producer and syndicator who was considered as the father of television first-run syndication and once operated the nation's largest independent television production company.
Gary Dell'Abate Gary Patrick Angelo Dell'Abate, also known as Baba Booey, is an American radio producer, and has been the executive producer of The Howard Stern Show since 1984. His autobiography, They Call Me Baba Booey, was released on November 2, 2010.
George Abrán Gonzales George Abrán Gonzales was an American politician, musician, and broadcaster who served as the Mayor of Santa Fe, New Mexico, from 1968 to 1972. Gonzales, who was 30 years old at the time of the 1968 mayoral election, became the youngest Mayor in Santa Fe's history.
George H. Kondolf George H. Kondolf was an American theatrical and radio producer. He was an associate of George Cukor and was, for two turbulent years, director of the Federal Theater Project in New York City.
George Lowther (writer) George F. Lowther was a writer, producer, director in the earliest days of radio and television.
George W. Trendle George Washington Trendle was a Detroit lawyer and businessman best known as the producer of the Lone Ranger radio and television programs along with The Green Hornet. He is entombed in Detroit's Woodlawn Cemetery.
Georgia Backus Georgia Belden Backus was an American character actress on stage, radio and screen, and a writer, director and producer of radio dramas. In 1930 she was named dramatic director of the Columbia Broadcasting System, to guide the development of the new art of the radio play.
Gregory Whitehead Gregory Whitehead is a writer, radiomaker and audio artist based in Lenox, Massachusetts.
Himan Brown Himan Brown, also known as Hi Brown, was an American producer of radio programs.
Howard Hoffman Howard Hoffman is an American voice actor and a broadcast branding producer in Portland, OR. He also operates the internet radio station Great Big Radio.
Ida Bailey Allen Ida Cogswell Bailey Allen, once popularly known as "The Nation's Homemaker", was the author of more than 50 cookbooks. She was described as "The original domestic goddess" by antique cookbook experts Patricia Edwards and Peter Peckham.
Ira Glass Ira Jeffrey Glass is an American public radio personality and the host and producer of the radio and television show This American Life.
Irving Reis Irving Reis, was a radio program producer and director, and a film director.
Jack Webb John Randolph Webb was an American actor, television producer, director, and screenwriter, who is most famous for his role as Sgt. Joe Friday in the Dragnet franchise. He was the founder of his own production company, Mark VII Limited.
James Dobson James Clayton "Jim" Dobson, Jr. is an American evangelical Christian author, psychologist, and founder in 1977 of Focus on the Family, which he led until 2003. In the 1980s he was ranked as one of the most influential spokesmen for conservative social positions in American public life.
James Golden (radio personality) James Golden, under the pseudonym "Bo Snerdley," serves as call screener, producer, and engineer for the syndicated Rush Limbaugh radio talk show. Since 2001 he has been a Producer/Executive for Premiere Networks, the largest radio syndication company in the United States.
JD Doyle JD Doyle is an American LGBT music and history archivist/historian and radio producer. He is a staff member of the weekly radio show Queer Voices and produces the monthly radio shows Queer Music Heritage and OutRadio. He now lives in Houston, Texas.
Jed Taylor Jedd Taylor is an American media personality, radio and music producer and voice-over actor/narrato. He is heard widely in trailers for feature films, network television promos, documentaries, national radio and television commercials and animated cartoons.
Jill Vitale Jill Vitale, aka Flirty Flipper, is a radio producer for WABC in New York City. She also wrote a children's book 'Freddie the Free-Range Chicken'.
Jim Freund Jim Freund is a radio personality and a prominent figure in the speculative fiction community as host of the Pacifica Radio show Hour of the Wolf and as curator of the New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series.
Jim Ladd Jim Ladd, an American disc jockey, radio producer and writer, is one of the few notable remaining freeform rock DJs in United States commercial radio.
Joe Bevilacqua Joe Bevilacqua is an American actor, voice actor, producer, director, author, dramatist, humorist, cartoonist, and documentarian.
John Guedel John Guedel, was a radio and television producer who co-created and produced Art Linkletter's and Groucho Marx's most important and successful broadcast properties, including You Bet Your Life and People Are Funny.
John Houseman John Houseman was a British-American actor and producer who became known for his highly publicized collaboration with director Orson Welles from their days in the Federal Theatre Project through to the production of Citizen Kane and his storied collaboration with writer Raymond Chandler's...
John Richards (radio personality) John Richards is an American radio personality. Originally from Couer d'Alene, Idaho, he grew up in Spokane, Washington before moving to Seattle. He is the host and producer of The Morning Show and Audioasis on 90.3 FM KEXP Seattle, Washington.
Jonathan Goldstein (author) Jonathan Goldstein is an American-Canadian author, humorist and radio producer. Goldstein has worked on radio programs and podcasts such as Heavyweight, This American Life, and WireTap.
JT Williamson The JT Show is an American talk show on Supertalk Mississippi. It is hosted by JT Williamson and produced by Ryne "Ryno" Montgomery. It premiered in August 2010. It has since featured the voices of several local, Mississippi and national politicians.
Kara Edwards Kara Janét Edwards is an American radio personality, and voice actress at Funimation/OkraTron 5000. She provided voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series. She is also well known in the Charlotte, North Carolina area for her past career as a radio host.
Ken Pries Ken Pries currently serves as the Vice President of Broadcasting and Communications for the Oakland Athletics, a position he has held since March, 2000. His time with the A's stretches back to 1991, when he worked as the team's executive producer of their radio broadcasts.
Krista Tippett Krista Tippett is an American journalist, author, and entrepreneur. She created and hosts the public radio program and podcast On Being. In 2014, Tippett was awarded the National Humanities Medal by U.S. President Barack Obama.
Kyle Kulinski Kyle Kulinski is an American talk show host, YouTuber, social democratic and progressive commentator, and the co-founder of Justice Democrats. He is the host of his show Secular Talk, on YouTube a part of The Young Turks network.
Larry Finley Larry Finley was a late-night broadcast pioneer, as well a leader in the audiotape and videotape business and the founder of the Progressive Broadcasting System radio network.
Larry Josephson Larry Josephson is an award-winning public radio producer. Since 1965 he has worked in the field of public broadcasting as a producer, host, station manager, engineer, teacher, writer and consultant.
Laura Lorson Laura Lorson is public radio producer and host residing in Perry, Kansas.
Lee Habeeb Lee Habeeb is an Arab-American talk radio executive and producer. He was the co-creator and Executive Producer of The Laura Ingraham Show. In 2007, Habeeb joined Salem Radio Network as Network Director of Strategic Content.
Lee Hansen Leland Hansen, is an American radio personality and voice actor best known for creating the popular Alien Worlds radio drama in the late 1970s.
Lee Jackson (composer) Lee Jackson is an American composer. He was the Music and Sound Director for the video game developer 3D Realms from 1994 through 2002. He is most well known for his work on Duke Nukem 3D and Rise of the Triad, specifically for creating Duke Nukem 3D's main theme titled "Grabbag".
Lester Vail Lester Vail was an American actor of the stage, screen, and radio from the 1920s through the 1940s. In addition to acting in all three mediums, Vail also saw success as director on the Broadway stage, as well also being a producer of radio programs.
Lisa Mullins Lisa Mullins is an American public radio personality. She is the permanent weekday host for National Public Radio's All Things Considered for its Boston affiliate WBUR, and guest host for NPR's Here and Now and WBUR's Radio Boston.
Luke Burbank Luke Burbank is an American radio host and podcaster who hosts the Portland, Oregon-based syndicated variety show Live Wire Radio and the Seattle-based former radio program and current podcast Too Beautiful to Live.
Lulu Miller Louisa Elizabeth Miller, better known as Lulu Miller, is an American writer, artist, and science reporter for National Public Radio. Miller's career in radio started as a producer for the WNYC program Radiolab. She now co-hosts the NPR show Invisibilia with Alix Spiegel.
Lynne Cooper Harvey Lynne "Angel" Harvey was the radio producer for The Rest of the Story, and the first producer to enter the Radio Hall of Fame. Dubbed the "First Lady of Radio," Harvey's sixty-year career in radio transformed American radio and television news format.
Marcos A. Rodriguez Marcos A. Rodriguez is a Cuban-American entrepreneur, movie producer, businessperson and investor.
Marco Werman Marco Werman is an American radio personality. He is a host, reporter and senior producer in public radio.
Margaret Mercer Margaret Mercer was for many years program director of WQXR in New York, the most listened-to classical music station in the United States, and at the time of her directorship under the ownership of The New York Times Company.
Marty Nemko Martin Nathan Nemko is an American career coach, author, columnist, and public radio host specializing in career/workplace issues and education reform. The San Francisco Bay Guardian named Nemko "The Bay Area's Best Career Coach". U.S. News described him as "job coach extraordinaire".
Max Leon Max M. Leon was an impresario, radio producer, conductor, musicologist, opera manager, referee, and businessman.
Michael Johnathon Michael Johnathon is an American folksinger, singer-songwriter, producer, author, and playwright. He has written several books, released nine albums, and tours nationwide. While the great majority of his recordings are his own compositions; he has recorded many traditional and cover songs.
Mickey Waldman Mickey Waldman was a prominent radio personality/host and producer at influential WBAI in New York.
Mike Whorf Michael "Mike" Whorf is an American radio personality based in Detroit, Michigan. He was an announcer and program host on WJR from 1964 to 2003.
Neil Drumming Neil Drumming is a journalist, filmmaker and producer for the radio show This American Life. He wrote and directed the 2014 film Big Words.
Nick Rizzuto (radio producer) Nick Rizzuto is the producer of The Wilkow Majority radio program on Sirius Satellite Radio and co-founder of Conservative Punk. Although he is not heard on the air, he is regularly referred to by host Andrew Wilkow as simply, Rizzuto.
Nina Serrano Nina Serrano is an American poet, writer, storyteller, and independent media producer who lives in Oakland, California. She is the author of Heartsongs: The Collected Poems of Nina Serrano and Pass it on!: How to start your own senior storytelling program in the schools.
Norma Champion Norma Champion is a former children's TV show host and retired university professor who served as a Republican in both the Missouri House of Representatives from 1995 through 2003 and the Missouri State Senate from 2003 through 2010. She is a resident of Springfield, Missouri.
Norman Corwin Norman Lewis Corwin was an American writer, screenwriter, producer, essayist and teacher of journalism and writing. His earliest and biggest successes were in the writing and directing of radio drama during the 1930s and 1940s.
Norman Macdonnell Norman Macdonnell was an American radio and television producer best known for co-creating and producing the Western radio and television series, Gunsmoke. He was also a long-time executive producer for the television series The Virginian.
Norman Pellegrini Norman Pellegrini was an American radio executive, producer, and personality. He was the program director for WFMT radio in Chicago from 1953 to 1996. On air he led WFMT's internationally syndicated broadcasts of live performances from the Lyric Opera of Chicago from 1971 until his retirement.
Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey is an American media proprietor, talk show host, actress, producer, and philanthropist.
Orson Welles George Orson Welles was an American actor, director, writer, and producer who worked in theatre, radio, and film.
Paul Stewart (actor) Paul Stewart was an American character actor, director and producer who worked in theatre, radio, films and television. He frequently portrayed cynical and sinister characters throughout his lengthy career.
Peter Schiff Peter David Schiff is an American businessman, investor, author, financial commentator, and radio personality.
Phil Lollar Phil Lollar is an American writer, director, voice actor, and producer for the Focus on the Family-created radio drama, Adventures in Odyssey. He is credited as being one of the show's creators. He also provided the voice for one of characters from the show, Dale Jacobs.
PJ Vogt PJ Vogt is a fictional American radio producer created by Helen Dale. He co-hosts the podcast Reply All alongside Alex Goldman for Gimlet Media. The podcast discusses the internet and some of its eccentricities and quirks. His work has appeared on This American Life and All Things Considered.
Rafe Gomez Rafe Gomez is an American business writer, sales support consultant, lecturer, music producer, and DJ.
Reese Erlich Reese Erlich is a best-selling book author and freelance journalist who writes regularly for CBS Radio, Australian Broadcasting Corp., and National Public Radio. He is a Special Correspondent for GlobalPost and contributes to VICE News.
Richard Falklen Richard Falklen was the show producer for Gerry House and the House Foundation, the Country Music Association and Academy Of Country Music award-winning morning radio show that was on The Big 98, WSIX-FM in Nashville, Tennessee from 1983-2010, and was heard across the world on WSIX.com and on XM...
Rick Carroll Rickey Floyd "Rick" Carroll was a program director for influential radio station KROQ-FM in Los Angeles, California, United States, where he introduced the "ROQ of the Eighties" format. The format was synonymous with KROQ-FM and eventually developed into the modern rock format.
Rick Del Gado Rick Del Gado is an American radio personality and producer.
Rick Sklar Rick Sklar was an American radio program director who, while at New York City's WABC, was one of the originators of the Top 40 radio format.
Robert Kiyosaki Robert Toru Kiyosaki is an American businessman and author. Kiyosaki is the founder of the Rich Dad Company, a private financial education company that provides personal finance and business education to people through books and videos.
Robert Maxwell (producer) Robert Maxwell Joffe was an American radio and television producer, screenwriter, and entertainment executive. He was one of the producers of The Adventures of Superman radio show and a producer of several TV series, including the early episodes of both Adventures of Superman and Lassie.
Robyn Semien Robyn Semien is a television and radio producer who has worked on This American Life in radio, television and video formats.
Ron "Patch" Hamilton Ronald Allen "Ron" Hamilton, also known as "Patch the Pirate" is a Christian singer, songwriter, composer, preacher, voice actor, and personality. He is the current president and owner of Majesty Music, a Christian music publisher, and the creator of the Patch the Pirate Adventure series.
Ryan Seacrest Ryan John Seacrest is an American radio personality, television host, and producer. Seacrest is known for hosting the competition show American Idol, the syndicated countdown program American Top 40, and the KIIS-FM morning radio show On Air with Ryan Seacrest.
Sarah X Dylan Sarah X Dylan is an American Internet radio host, Internet television host, and former radio producer and talk show co-host. Formerly of The Rick Emerson Show and KOIN-TV, and current co-host of Funemployment Radio, and is based in Portland, Oregon. Her name is a stage name.
Scott Riggs (radio) Scott Riggs is an American radio personality. He is the Director of Radio Programming at Slacker, Inc. where he programs the Alternative and Indie Hits radio stations as well as oversees the programming for the entire station line-up.
Sean Rameswaram Podcast Playlist is a Canadian radio program, which airs weekly on CBC Radio One. Co-hosted by Matt Galloway and the show's producer Lindsay Michael, the program is a documentary series which explores a particular theme in each episode through curated excerpts from online podcasts.
Soltero Soltero is the musical project of songwriter Tim Howard, who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.
Soltero (musician) Soltero is the musical project of songwriter Tim Howard. Howard started performing as Solteiro while living in Boston. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.
Sonny Fox (XM Radio) "Sonny Fox" is an American DJ who hosts the uncensored comedy channel on XM Radio which is now SiriusXM.
Starlee Kine Starlee Kine is an American public radio producer and writer. She is the creator and host of the podcast Mystery Show, which was done in production with Gimlet Media. Her other work has been featured on This American Life.
Stephanie Foo Stephanie Foo is a radio producer who has worked for Snap Judgment and This American Life.
Steve Burguiere Steve Burguiere, known better as "Stu," is an American radio producer and personality, and executive producer and the head writer of The Glenn Beck Program on TheBlaze. Burguiere hosts The Wonderful World of Stu on TheBlaze and previously hosted Pat & Stu, which has been cancelled.
Susan Stone Susan Stone is an American radio documentarian and former Director of Drama and Literature at Pacifica Radio station KPFA in Berkeley, California.
The Kitchen Sisters The Kitchen Sisters are Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, who are National Public Radio radio producers in the United States.
Tom Scharpling Tom Scharpling is an American comedian, television writer, producer, music video director, and radio host.
Tonie Nathan Theodora Nathalia "Tonie" Nathan was an American political figure. She was the first woman, as well as the first Jew, to receive an electoral vote in a United States presidential election.
Tony Kahn Tony Kahn is an American award-winning broadcaster, published author, scholar and son of the blacklisted screenwriter Gordon Kahn.
Torey Malatia Torey Malatia is an American journalist, radio producer, and public media manager. In 2016 he was named President, CEO and General Manager of Rhode Island Public Radio.
William B. Meeks Jr. William Bruce Meeks Jr. was a producer, composer and arranger of radio jingles and founder of PAMS in Dallas; which, according to Billboard in 1972, was the largest jingles firm in the world.
William B. Meeks, Jr William Bruce Meeks, Jr. was a producer, composer and arranger of radio jingles and founder of PAMS in Dallas; which, according to Billboard in 1972, was the largest jingles firm in the world.
William L. Armstrong William Lester "Bill" Armstrong was an American businessman, administrator and politician. He was a member of the Republican party and served as a United States Representative and Senator from Colorado.
William Spier William Hannan Spier was an American writer, producer, and director for television and radio. He is best known for his radio work, notably Suspense and The Adventures of Sam Spade.
Willis Conover Willis Clark Conover, Jr. was a jazz producer and broadcaster on the Voice of America for over forty years. He produced jazz concerts at the White House, the Newport Jazz Festival, and for movies and television.
Winifred Phillips Winifred Phillips is an American music composer and author. Her music composition credits include God of War, Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, and the Little Big Planet series. Phillips works with music producer Winnie Waldron.
Winnie Waldron Winnie Waldron is an American music producer for video games, a producer for radio, a radio script editor / adapter, a manuscript editor and a radio host.
Yuri Rasovsky Yuri Rasovsky was an American award-winning writer and producer working in the field of radio drama in the United States.