With more than 30 years of experience in radio, David Barasoain has worked in nearly every capacity, including as a manager, news director, producer, development coordinator, trainer, project manager and host. He has conducted or produced hundreds of radio interviews/features about communities, the environment, science, and civil rights.
He’s won several awards, including an Urban Forestry award, nearly a dozen Associated Press awards, two Edward R. Murrow awards, a Robert F. Kennedy journalism award and a Peabody Award.
He studied at CDS, the Center for Documentary Studies, at Duke University, in the courses Hearing Is Believing I and Hearing Is Believing II.
He received his MA in Journalism Studies, radio emphasis, at The University of Westminster in London, England.