Twangbox is a multimedia production company based in Brooklyn, NY, owned and operated by veteran journalist, Bradley Klein. We create a wide range of material for public radio and online sites, mostly about music, musicians, and musical instruments.
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Bradley Klein (Owner and Senior Producer) has more than 15 years professional experience in media production, journalism, and teaching. His previous broadcast media experience includes extensive work as a producer for National Public Radio News programs including Morning Edition and All Things Considered. He played key roles in the creation of new programming including NPR’s Talk of the Nation and Weekly Edition, MSNBC’s Edgewise with John Hockenberry, and Public Radio International’s Satellite Sisters. As a reporter and commentator specializing in science and cultural stories, Bradley has been heard nationally on many public radio programs in the United States and Canada since 1990. In 1998 and 1999, he was an Adjunct Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and returns to teach again starting in 2012. He worked six years as Creative Director at Acoustiguide Inc., where he was responsible for evaluating, directing, and overseeing all aspects of audio productions for a veritable Who’s Who of American museums and heritage sites. Bradley is President of Twangbox Productions, a new media company specializing in the creation of music-related content for web, radio, and video.
Stephanie Coleman (Associate Producer) began making audio documentaries as an undergraduate at Duke University while studying at the Center for Documentary Studies. She has since worked for Marketplace reporter Sally Herships, StoryCorps, and WUNC’s The Story with Dick Gordon. Her work has aired on All Things Considered, The Story, WBEZ’s Re:Sound, KUOW, WAMC, WTIP, and REMIX Radio and has been featured on the main page of the PRX site. She is also an accomplished old-time fiddle player and has performed and taught throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. In 2009, Stephanie joined Uncle Earl, an internationally touring all-girl string band signed to Rounder Records.