Louisa Jonas

Louisa Jonas

Reporter at Texas Public Radio

Location:
8401 Datapoint Dr., San Antonio, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(210) 614-8977

General Information

Experience

Radio Instructor, Curriculum Designer  - Howard Community College

Independent Radio Producer  - Self Employed

Producer - New Media  - WYPR

Affiliations

Member  - The Society of Environmental Journalists

Member  - Association of Independents in Radio

Fellow  - SoundVision Productions Inc

Multimedia Fellow  - Knight Digital Media Center

Fellow  - Logan Science Journalism Program

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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...

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Louisa Jonas
Reporter Louisa Jonas was a reporter for Texas Public Radio. She left the organization in July, 2017. Her 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 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 Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio The majority of college students in Texas start off at community colleges, but many of those students are floundering. Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio This week our Growing Pains project is looking at how population growth, the economy and development are affecting housing in and around San Antonio.

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