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Joni Deutsch

Joni Deutsch is podcast lead for WFAE (Charlotte's NPR station), acting as producer for podcasts like She Says, SouthBound and FAQ City, as well as host of the music podcast Amplifier. Previously, Joni was producer and guest host of NPR Music's Mountain Stage. An award-winning podcaster, Joni has been recognized by Nieman Lab, Poynter, Online News Association and has been listed as "30 under 30" for her work in public radio and digital audio.
Recent episodes featuring Joni Deutsch
SouthBound: Author Kevin Wilson On Writing, On Family, And On Fire
SouthBound
When author Kevin Wilson talks about combustibles, he means exactly what he says. His new novel, “Nothing To See Here,” features a set of twins who, when they get agitated, literally catch on fire.
Drumming Up Memories with Charlotte Jazz Musician Alfred Sergel IV
Amplifier
Alfred Sergel IV has three decades of experience as a professional jazz musician … not as a jazz singer or jazz pianist, but as a jazz drummer. Between performing with Grammy honorees and recording with Billboard-charting artists, Alfred (or, as his friends called him, Al) still finds time to create original music that merges new-age … Continue reading "Drumming Up Memories with Charlotte Jazz Musician Alfred Sergel IV" The post Drumming Up Memories with Charlotte Jazz Musician Alfred Sergel IV appeared first on Amplifier.
FAQ City: Where Can You Find Pastries From 'The Great British Baking Show' In Charlotte?
FAQ City
Editor's note: A version of this story was originally published in April 2019. So you've finally binged all of "The Great British Baking Show" on Netflix, and now you're left wondering how to get some of those scrumptious-looking baked goods. But what bakery in Charlotte carries hazelnut dacquoise or kouign-amann?
SouthBound: Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide, And How To Bridge It
SouthBound
Mitch Landrieu comes from one of the South’s most storied political families. His dad, Moon Landrieu, was mayor of New Orleans for 28 years. His sister, Mary, was a U.S. Senator. Mitch was lieutenant governor of Louisiana and then mayor of New Orleans from 2010 to 2018. After leaving office he founded the E Pluribus Unum Fund to study issues involving race in the South.
“You Have To Give Back:” LeAnna Eden On Building Charlotte’s Music Community, One Rock ‘n’ Blues Song At A Time
Amplifier
As an artist raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, LeAnna Eden’s left a sizable impact on the Charlotte music scene. From working with music venue Petra’s on local artist spotlights to fronting the soulful garage blues-rock band LeAnna Eden & the Garden Of to creating the first black alternative music festival in the Queen City, Eden’s work … Continue reading "“You Have To Give Back:” LeAnna Eden On Building Charlotte’s Music Community, One Rock ‘n’ Blues Song At A Time" The post “You Have To Give Back:” LeAnna Eden On Building Charlotte’s Music Community, One Rock ‘n’ Blues Song At A Time appeared first on Amplifier.
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Location
Charlotte, NC, USA
Episode Count
177
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
3 days, 12 hours