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Political Comics


24:18 minutes (27.8 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 1 Nov 2012

Late City Edition Producer Erica Getto explored the history and impact of political comic books through a number of interviews and research findings. Interviewees included Karen Green, a Columbia University Librarian specializing in Ancient & Medieval History and Graphic Novel; comic seller John Verzel of Comic Heaven; graphic novelist and author of A Once Crowded Sky Tom King; Archie comic artist Fernando Ruiz; Vescell artist and author Enrique Carrion; and WWIII Illustrated and Spy vs. Spy’s Peter Kuper.

Women In The Military (1)


26:45 minutes (30.61 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 15 Jul 2013

Late City Edition explores the dissonant reality that faces women enlisted in the armed services: that of increasing opportunity and pervasive misogyny. The series features Abigale Wyatt, Helen Schor, and Leslie Paisley - three female Columbia students who have served in the military. We also sat down with Helen Benedict, a professor at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism whose groundbreaking book "The Lonely Soldier" has been key in drawing attention to the epidemic of sexual assault in the military.

Women In The Military (2)


36:02 minutes (41.24 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 16 Jul 2013

Late City Edition explores the dissonant reality that faces women enlisted in the armed services: that of increasing opportunity and pervasive misogyny. The series features Abigale Wyatt, Helen Schor, and Leslie Paisley - three female Columbia students who have served in the military. We also sat down with Helen Benedict, a professor at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism whose groundbreaking book "The Lonely Soldier" has been key in drawing attention to the epidemic of sexual assault in the military.

Fundamentals of Radio Journalism (1)


27:45 minutes (31.76 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 3 Sep 2013

For this Late City Edition collaboration, we aired a two-part series of radio shorts from the Columbia University undergraduates enrolled in this summer’s Fundamentals of Radio Journalism course. Led by Professor Kate Fink, students explored radio reporting and editing, taking to the streets of New York City and to WKCR’s studios. Check out these radio shorts on topics including Indian holy site Bodh Gaya, Italian artists’ American migration, New York City’s Museum of Mathematics, and the return of the New York City marathon.  (Part 1)

Fundamentals of Radio Journalism (2)


24:50 minutes (28.42 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 5 Sep 2013

For this Late City Edition collaboration, we aired a two-part series of radio shorts from the Columbia University undergraduates enrolled in this summer’s Fundamentals of Radio Journalism course. Led by Professor Kate Fink, students explored radio reporting and editing, taking to the streets of New York City and to WKCR’s studios. Check out these radio shorts on topics including Indian holy site Bodh Gaya, Italian artists’ American migration, New York City’s Museum of Mathematics, and the return of the New York City marathon.  (Part 2)

Latin American Mining (Part 2)


38:00 minutes (43.49 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 28 Oct 2013

In this Late City Edition feature, producer Naomi Cohen moderated a round-table discussion on mining and oil drilling -- also known as extraction -- in Latin America. She sat down with Lisa Sachs, Director of the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment; Chris Santiago, a Phd candidate in Columbia University's Anthropology Department who is researching the protests in Cajamarca, Peru against gold mining; and Nicolas Chango, the last leader of his tribe in Salasaca, Ecuador and a speaker on indigenous rights issues.

Latin American Mining (Part 1)


30:00 minutes (34.34 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 28 Oct 2013

In this Late City Edition feature, producer Naomi Cohen moderated a round-table discussion on mining and oil drilling -- also known as extraction -- in Latin America. She sat down with Lisa Sachs, Director of the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment; Chris Santiago, a Phd candidate in Columbia University's Anthropology Department who is researching the protests in Cajamarca, Peru against gold mining; and Nicolas Chango, the last leader of his tribe in Salasaca, Ecuador and a speaker on indigenous rights issues.