Bio: Shoshi Shmuluvitz grew up in Brooklyn and the accent hasn't left her. After earning a BA in Anthropology (Macaulay Honors College, CUNY) and working at an arts and culture magazine in New York, she moved to Tel-Aviv. There, she fell in love with making radio — not least because it's a great excuse to meet the unlikeliest people and hear their strange and wonderful stories. She's currently a producer at Israel Story, a storytelling podcast in the vein of This American Life.
Shoshi has produced documentary mini-series on the grittier places in Tel-Aviv, and on the state of Israeli democracy for TLV1 Radio. Her work has been featured on NPR's Snap Judgement, Israel Story, and Haaretz English Edition.
Notes: Hebrew proficiency
Available For: Arts reporting, Commentary/editorials, Documentary production, Field Recording, Interviewing, News Reporting, Non-English Languages, Print Reporting, Public Radio, Sound Editing and Mixing, Tape Syncs, Voiceover
Equipment: Adobe Audition, Hard Disc/Flash recorder, Pro Tools
Professional Media Experience: Commercial Radio, International Reporting, Podcasting, Print Media, Radio Documentary, Social media strategy