IOW Producers

What a team!


In Other Words
has aired on Montana Public Radio since 1986. It’s created by a loose group of producers, based on what interests them and what’s important at the time. In a media world where we still hear male voices disproportionately more of the time, In Other Words seeks to add women’s voices and perspectives into the airwaves. Another goal is to give women experience and comfort with the media, whether it’s interviewing, being interviewed, or technically creating radio.

The current producers are Janet Scott, Beth Judy, Jen Euell, Amy Cilimburg, Ann Szalda-Petree, and Clark Grant (right).

Erin Cork produces our monthly music show.  Her roots are in Missoula but she crafts our music shows from the far north of Alaska (below).

Erin Cork _IOW

 

 

 

 

 

4 responses »

  1. This Thursday, Sept. 5, Lucy France, UM legal council, will speak on Title IX, it’s history (celebrating 50 years!) and implications for the UM, at 4 p.m. in the Presidents’ Room of Brantley Hall at the UM.
    Sponsored by AAUW Missoula (American Association of University Women).
    It would be great if you could come and record for play on IOW.
    Contact: Diane Sands, Missoula AAUW President, hdsands@aol.com, 251-2001.
    Thanks!

  2. You should consider an interview with the Interim Director of The Museum of Women’s History in Billings, Brenda Eichele. She recently took KULR-TV for a museum tour and is a wealth of knowledge about women’s history and the suffrage movement. There is link to the TV tour at http://www.museumofwomenshistory.org.
    Oddly enough, Brenda is also the aunt of Chani Nava who you interviewed in January for the segment “Star Gaugers”.
    Contact: museumofwomenshistory@charter.net

    • Brad, thank you so much for that idea–it will be great to talk with her! We will follow up. If you know Chani, I hope she is doing well. What a wonderful young woman.

      • If you want to do something about the suffrage centennial I would suggest Anya Jabour, UM women and gender studies and a major push behind all of our many centennial activities. And Hadley Ferguson is finishing the women’s history mural for the Capitol ( the project of Lynda Moss and me). The actual centennial is Nov 3rd. I can give you a long list of people who have done lots to celebrate. Diane

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