Miguel Macias is a radio and video producer, sound designer and musician based in Brooklyn, New York.
Currently Miguel is a full time assistant professor, deputy chair for graduate studies and director of radio at the Department of Television and Radio at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.
This website features some of Miguel Macias' independent work. This site does not feature any of the work that Miguel Macias produced while working for WNYC's Radio Rookies, APM's Marketplace or Youth Radio.
Latest productions by Miguel Macias:
Currently, radiofreeradio.net features two of Miguel Macias' independently produced radio documentaries:
Miguel's coverage of protests in New York and Spain in 2011:
Prior to joining the Brooklyn College faculty in 2009, Miguel worked at New York Public Radio WNYC's Radio Rookies as an associate producer (2004-2006); for American Public Media's Marketplace, as the overnight associate producer and director for the Marketplace Morning Report (2006-2008); and as the Los Angeles Bureau Chief for Youth Radio (2008-2009).
Miguel is also proud to have worked as a volunteer for the NGO Madre. As such, he has trained indigenous radio reporters in Peru and instructed video editing to teenagers in Colombia.
Miguel received a Peabody Award in 2006 as the associate producer for WNYC Radio Rookies' Mosholu series.
Originally from Seville, Spain, Miguel moved to the U.S. in 2001 and earned an MFA in Television Production degree in 2004.