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Louisa Jonas

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Texas Public Radio

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Texas Public Radio

8401 Datapoint Drive Suite 800

San Antonio, Texas,78229

United States

Company Description

Texas Public Radio (TPR) is a community of listener-supported, non-commercial radio stations in South Central Texas and the Hill Country. KSTX 89.1 FM is a regional source for in-depth news, information and entertainment programs, and the only local source for...more

Background Information

Employment History

Radio Instructor, Curriculum Designer

Howard Community College


Independent Radio Producer

Self Employed


Interactive Producer

WYPR


Affiliations

The Society of Environmental Journalists

Member


Association of Independents in Radio

Member


SoundVision Productions Inc

Fellow


Knight Digital Media Center

Multimedia Fellow


Logan Science Journalism Program

Fellow


Web References(27 Total References)


People | Texas Public Radio

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Louisa Jonas
Reporter louisa@tpr.org Louisa Jonas is a reporter for Texas Public Radio whose previous experience includes work as an independent public radio producer, environmental writer, and radio production teacher based in Baltimore. She is thrilled to have been a PRX STEM...


Contact Us | Texas Public Radio

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Louisa Jonas - Reporter louisa@tpr.org


Louisa Jonas | Texas Public Radio

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Louisa Jonas
Reporter Louisa Jonas is a reporter for Texas Public Radio whose previous experience includes work as an independent public radio producer, environmental writer, and radio production teacher based in Baltimore. She is thrilled to have been a PRX STEM Story Project recipient for which she produced a piece about periodical cicadas. Her work includes documentaries about spawning horseshoe crabs and migratory shorebirds aired on NPR's Weekend All Things Considered. Louisa previously worked as the podcast producer at WYPR 88.1FM in Baltimore. There she created and produced two documentary podcast series: Natural Maryland and Ascending: Baltimore School for the Arts. The Nature Conservancy selected her documentaries for their podcast Nature Stories. She has also produced for the Chemical Heritage Foundation's Distillations Podcast. Louisa is editor of the book Backyard Carolina: Two Decades of Public Radio Commentary. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her training also includes journalism fellowships from the Science Literacy Project and the Knight Digital Media Center, both in Berkeley, CA. Most recently she received a journalism fellowship through Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where she traveled to Toolik Field Station in Arctic Alaska to study climate change. Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio Instead of swimming and playing soccer at summer camp, some San Antonio kids are doing yoga, learning relaxation skills, and getting music therapy. The new Camp Wellness at the Ecumenical Center aims to teach children, who may be undergoing stress or are experiencing bullying, about the importance of their mental health and wellness. Senator Cornyn Speaks In Favor of National Smithsonian American Latino Museum ByLouisa Jonas • Jul 21, 2017 Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio A guard in the Bexar County Juvenile Detention Facility has been arrested for a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old female inmate. Twenty-three-year old Jasqell Jamal Spell was fired from his job and is now being held in the Bexar County Jail. Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio


Louisa Jonas | Texas Public Radio

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Louisa Jonas
Reporter Louisa Jonas is a reporter for Texas Public Radio whose previous experience includes work as an independent public radio producer, environmental writer, and radio production teacher based in Baltimore. She is thrilled to have been a PRX STEM Story Project recipient for which she produced a piece about periodical cicadas. Her work includes documentaries about spawning horseshoe crabs and migratory shorebirds aired on NPR's Weekend All Things Considered. Louisa previously worked as the podcast producer at WYPR 88.1FM in Baltimore. There she created and produced two documentary podcast series: Natural Maryland and Ascending: Baltimore School for the Arts. The Nature Conservancy selected her documentaries for their podcast Nature Stories. She has also produced for the Chemical Heritage Foundation's Distillations Podcast. Louisa is editor of the book Backyard Carolina: Two Decades of Public Radio Commentary. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her training also includes journalism fellowships from the Science Literacy Project and the Knight Digital Media Center, both in Berkeley, CA. Most recently she received a journalism fellowship through Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where she traveled to Toolik Field Station in Arctic Alaska to study climate change. TPR's Louisa Jonas takes a look at challenges that need to be addressed. Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio At least one incumbent San Antonio councilmember will not be returning to his office.


Louisa Jonas | Texas Public Radio

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Louisa Jonas
Reporter Louisa Jonas is a reporter for Texas Public Radio whose previous experience includes work as an independent public radio producer, environmental writer, and radio production teacher based in Baltimore. She is thrilled to have been a PRX STEM Story Project recipient for which she produced a piece about periodical cicadas. Her work includes documentaries about spawning horseshoe crabs and migratory shorebirds aired on NPR's Weekend All Things Considered. Louisa previously worked as the podcast producer at WYPR 88.1FM in Baltimore. There she created and produced two documentary podcast series: Natural Maryland and Ascending: Baltimore School for the Arts. The Nature Conservancy selected her documentaries for their podcast Nature Stories. She has also produced for the Chemical Heritage Foundation's Distillations Podcast. Louisa is editor of the book Backyard Carolina: Two Decades of Public Radio Commentary. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her training also includes journalism fellowships from the Science Literacy Project and the Knight Digital Media Center, both in Berkeley, CA. Most recently she received a journalism fellowship through Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where she traveled to Toolik Field Station in Arctic Alaska to study climate change.


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