Public radio feature / 15:55 minutes / Here and Now, produced at WBUR in Boston, Mass., and broadcast nationwide
It’s rabies season, and strange things happen. We hear a cautionary tale from Arizona runner Michelle Felicetta, who survived a fox attack last fall, and we speak with Dr. Charles Rupprecht, chief of the rabies program at the Centers for Disease Control.[audio:http://nilesmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Rabies-Season.mp3]
As a part-time production intern at Here and Now, I was responsible for generating and pitching story ideas, sourcing interview subjects, pre-reporting for the host, facilitating and editing the interview, and packaging the piece for our daily live broadcast.