Stephen Schultze

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  • Username: steve
  • Associate Director
  • Role: Listener

Recent Pieces from Stephen Schultze

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Radio Theatre: living history (9/16/16) (07:09)
From: KUMD

Faith Helen Rogers of Superior is just one of the people the Douglas County Historical Society will bring back to life this weekend during their Living History Walk ... Not ...
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May First Friday Art Events in Ely (05:10)
From: Northern Community Radio - KAXE & KBXE, Minnesota

We talk May First Friday art events in Ely.
Caption: Richard Hadlock

Great Performances of Songs from 1930 Broadway Shows (01:00:12)
From: KCSM

The Great American Songbook was largely derived from Broadway Shows produced at the turn of the Century. However, as the Great Depression began in 1930, a slew of wonderful ...
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The Beat: Kathryn Kysar - "German" (02:57)
From: Northern Community Radio - KAXE & KBXE, Minnesota

Kathryn Kysar has published two books of poetry. She's received fellowships and residencies from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the National Endowment for the Humanities and ...
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Translate Sound to the Brain (15:49)
From: Bishop Sand

Sound gets funneled down your ear canal and... then what happens? You've heard about drums, tiny bones, and maybe a spiral shaped sensor, but not like this. Hear how sound is ...
Caption: Sailing from Madeline, Credit: Madelaine

Madelie Island Radio Hour Volume 8 Part 2 (33:50)
From: Ric Gillman

The second half of our show.

About Me

Steve helped launch PRX in 2002, and served as Managing Director until 2006. He went on to earn a Masters degree from MIT's Comparative Media Studies program, and became a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard. He is now Associate Director of the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy, where he studies telecommunications policy, government transparency, and other issues.

You can read more about Steve's role in the beginning of PRX here:
http://www.transom.org/guests/review/200312.review.prx.html

Steve's blog:
http://www.managingmiracles.blogspot.com

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