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Paul Ingles

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Radio professional since 1975, now creating highly regarded special programming for public radio - music history documentary and appreciation programs, and the long-running talk series PEACE TALKS RADIO.
Member since 2002


  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Albuquerque, NM


  • Business
  • Editing
  • Engineering
  • Music
  • Producing
  • Recording
  • Reporting
  • Voice

About Paul

Paul has been in broadcasting since 1975 and has experience as a producer, news and sports reporter, recording engineer, editor, on-air personality, consultant, trainer and manager. More recently Paul has been training as an actor and doing independent filmmaking.
Paul has worked at radio and television stations in North Carolina, Washington, DC, Ohio and New Mexico. More recently, as an independent radio producer, he has filed reports for NPR as well as numerous other public radio programs.
He has produced radio programs on music, popular culture, literature, media literacy and other topics that have been distributed either by NPR, PRI or independently to public radio stations around the world. His programs include a series of well-received specials on the history of The Beatles as well as documentaries on Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Shawn Colvin and others. Paul is also the producer of the Peace Talks Radio series.
Paul is president of both Good Radio Shows, Inc.(a 501(c)(3) non-profit) and Cedar Creek Studios, Inc.
Paul was also under contract with NPR for 11 years as its Liaison to Independent Producers.
Paul's radio awards include the 2003 Edward R. Murrow Award from the RTNDA for Best Use of Sound in a piece produced for NPR's Living on Earth. He has also won two NFCB Golden Reels for his feature and news reporting for NPR, in addition to many Silver Reel and Special Merit Awards from NFCB. He won 4 awards in the 2008 New York Festivals Competition.
His chief projects now are long-form music documentaries that have been aired by scores of stations across the country and the public affairs series called PEACE TALKS RADIO which presents conversations about peacemaking history and nonviolent conflict resolution strategies for daily life.
The acting bug bit him around 2010 and he stated taking performance classes at Albuquerque’s Sol Acting Academy. In 2016, he released a film short which he wrote, directed and starred in called THE WEEDS IN OUR OWN BACKYARDS that won notice at several film festivals. In 2018. Paul released the feature-length feature A SOLDIER’S PASSAGE. Both films have been honored with film festival awards. His most recent project is a documentary called NOONTIME LEGENDS about the UNM faculty and staff group of basketball players who have been playing together regularly for 15 years and more.  

Paul's Portfolio



  • Acting
  • Voice Coaching
  • Tape Syncs
  • Story Editing
  • Sound Design
  • Show Development
  • Scrubbing and Audio Editing
  • Reporting
  • Producing
  • Mentoring
  • Marketing
  • Interviewing
  • Hosting
  • Field Recording
  • Field Producing
  • Budgeting
  • Audio Engineering
  • Voiceover


  • FTP, ISDN etc
  • Hard Disc/Flash recorder
  • Other
  • Recording Studio

Previous Work

  • Commercial Radio: News Reporter, Sports Reporter, Air Personality, Program Manager, General Manager at WAYS, WBT, WGSP (all Charlotte, NC), WNCX (Cleveland, Ohio), KBRR, KZRR, KLSK (Albuquerque, NM) (1978 - 1994)
  • Public Radio: Production Director, Air Personality, News Reporter, Trainer at KUNM, Albuquerque (1994 - 2002)
  • Freelance Reporter / Producer / Consultant / Documentarian / Filmmaker at Cedar Creek Studios, Inc. / Good Radio Shows, Inc. / National Public Radio (2002 - present)
  • Liaison To Independent Producers at National Public Radio (2006-2017)