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Reality Radio, Second EditionTelling True Stories in Sound$
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John Biewen and Alexa Dilworth

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781469633138

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469633138.001.0001

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Salt Is Flavor and Other Tips Learned While Cooking

Salt Is Flavor and Other Tips Learned While Cooking

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(p.218) Salt Is Flavor and Other Tips Learned While Cooking
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Reality Radio, Second Edition
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Emily Botein

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University of North Carolina Press
DOI:10.5149/northcarolina/9781469633138.003.0023

Emily Botein is a full-time radio collaborator. As senior producer for The Next Big Thing, she orchestrated many of the show’s most inventive pieces with host Dean Olsher, including partnerships with artists like Sherre DeLys and Rick Moody (who wrote the foreword to the first edition of Reality Radio). Since The Next Big Thing went off the air in 2006, Emily has worked with a variety of producers for a range of shows, including NPR, Studio 360, and Weekend America. She is now vice president for on-demand content at WNYC Radio in New York, where she works closely with such shows as Death, Sex & Money, The New Yorker Radio Hour, and Here’s the Thing. She “came to radio through food.” In her essay, Emily offers a delightful comparison of her work in radio with that of her former life as a sous chef.

Keywords:   The Next Big Thing, WNYC, on-demand content

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