While managing the development of a multi-year online video player system, developed by both FRONTLINE and The PBS NewsHour, I was based at the NewsHour offices in Washington, D.C. I conceived and produced multimedia content for the PBS NewsHour including online video reports, audio slideshows, print stories and audio interviews. Preparing for Obama's Inauguration I pitched, produced and edited this audio interview with the chief of the U.S. Park Police, Sal Lauro. As millions were expected to gather on Inauguration Day on the National Mall in January 2009, Lauro outlined the complex security plans for the opening ceremony, the swearing-in and the parade. January 2009. Why Use 100 Days to Evaluate a New President? I pitched, produced and edited this audio report on the construct and concept of a president's first 100 days. I spoke with Jonathan Alter, Newsweek senior editor, columnist and author as well as Anthony Badger, professor at Cambridge University and author. February 2009

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October 2007-January 2010

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