Alyne Ellis


National Radio Host, Producer, Writer, Editor, Storyteller, Documentarian, Voice-Over Artist, Teacher, and Curriculum Writer

NATIONAL RADIO HOST, PRODUCER, RADIO AND PRINT WRITER AND EDITOR, CURRICULUM WRITER

National Host/Producer  •  Editor NPR News  •  Award Winning Radio Pieces  •  Curriculum Writer  •  Cellphone Tour of DC  •  Audio City Museum  •  Writer: Print, Web, On-Air  •  Teacher/Trainer

AARP - Producer

Contractor co-producing a series of audio and video pieces on projects around the country that make communities more accessible; examples include: Mississippi’s design plans to create a huge park after Hurricane Katrina leveled structures, seniors becoming grandpals to kids in schools, and Oregon’s small house movement to house the homeless.

Current - Advertising Manager

Current is the only dedicated print and online news source that covers public media in the nation. Since January 2017, I have increased this non-profit’s revenue by 20 percent through systematic contact with public radio and television stations who post open positions online and in print.

Sample Article - NextAvenue.org

The Young@Heart Chorus

AARP - Host/Producer

Prime Time Focus: A national radio show with millions of listeners; also on iTunes. Researched and produced 5 pieces a week: features on aging, money, healthcare, science, book reviews, travel and personal essays. 8 year run until AARP closed its entire broadcast division.

Family Support Center - Producer/Disability Programs

Award winning audio portraits of people with disabilities based on themes such as: “How To Build Self Esteem” and “Jobs That Lead To More Jobs For Teens With Cognitive Challenges.” Distributed nationally through school systems.

DC City Museum, Talking Street Productions, VOA, Campaign

Audio exhibits on DC's Chinatown, YMCA, and Griffith Stadium
Cellphone walking tour of major DC sights narrated by Larry King
DC based stories for The Voice of America
Campaign promos - Sharon Ball for NY State Senate

RTNDF - Radio Curriculum Co-Writer

Four years of daily lesson plans distributed nationally by The Radio Television News Directors Foundation funded by the Knight Foundation.

NPR News - Editor & Producer

Editor - News Cultural Desk – bringing in pieces for Morning Edition and All Things Considered
Editor - documentary series Horizons and Performance Today
Promo Producer – Morning Edition
Radio Trainer - NPR Next Generation Project
Co-Producer – Documentary on Daniel Schorr & NPR 20th anniversary CD

Station Work

Program Director – KDAQ, Shreveport and WUSF, Tampa
Classical Music Host and Subcarrier Director – WLRH, Huntsville
On-Air Talk Show Producer – WAMU, Washington DC

Awards – Producing and Editing

The Peabody: The Damage To Art After 9/11
R.F. Kennedy: Taking Care Of Undocumented Kids & Child Prostitution in Thailand
New York Festivals: Civil Rights Special & Beyond The Face Of Alzheimer’s
Women At Work: Clementine Hunter: Outsider Artist
The Gold Cindy, Easter Seals, The Clarion, The Unity, and the American Speech Language and Hearing: Teaching The Deaf
National Headliner: Prisons In Crisis
The National Association Of Black Journalists: Black Classical Masters

Education

BA Music, Washington University in St Louis. Other studies: U of London and LSUS.

Tech Skills

Pro Tools, Ableton Live, DALET, FastEdit, Cool Edit Pro, ENPS, Nexus Lexus, Content Depot, Hightail, Dropbox, various microphones and recording equipment

Memberships and Hobbies

Member: AIRmedia.org, The Writers Center, The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Tenor in The New Dominion Chorus singing large classical choral works, kayaker, potter and experienced caregiver