- More incredible news for State of the Re:Union! We are honored to announce we’ve won our third national Edward R. Murrow award. It’s a three-peat! Our Trans Families episode took home the News Documentary award by the Radio Television Digital…
- Host Al Letson and the entire State of the Re:Union staff attended the 74th Annual Peabody Awards at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan on May 31st. The Peabody Awards celebrate excellence in media and stories that matter. SOTRU’s 2014 season…
- RT @KendraBragg: I’ve learned to love the USA for many reasons and recently I’ve been listening to @sotru. That has reminded me of many of …July 1, 2015, 2:58 pm
- RT @KendraBragg: Guys, if you’ve never listened to @sotru you should. It’s no longer on air but all the episodes are online. #fallinginlove…June 30, 2015, 10:04 am
- RT @AIRmedia: This week's #YSLTF? @SOTRU's "Trans Families." A beautiful hour of radio from @tinaantolini: http://t.co/uloHQQcFnC #pubmediaJune 26, 2015, 2:24 pm
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— Matt Martin, General Manager, KALW Radio, San Francisco
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— Michael Boylan, President & CEO, WJCT
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Re:Union has become an essential source of creative stories that reexamine and reconnect our communities.
— Jake Shapiro, Executive Director, PRX
State of the Re:Union uses sound-rich storytelling to explore social issues that go beyond the city that Al is visiting. Production is always top-notch. Al Letson’s tone and pace are perfect.
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