- Each season, SOTRU welcomes a group of interns to assist with production. Duties include transcribing interviews, story research, pre-interviewing, and multimedia production. Interns are invited to listen in on editorial calls with our host, editor and radio producers as we…
- Al and the team have been hard at work producing the next season of SOTRU. Check out a sneak peek of the episodes we're working on!
- RT @daphall: Former @SOTRU intern @elizabethjmak has a story in the NYT. "Chinese on the Inside": http://t.co/af1PR21ZZf *Sniff. So proud.March 5, 2014, 4:08 pm
- RT @KenanEthics: Tonight: @CDSduke is hosting @Al_Letson, host of @SOTRU for a talk @ Full Frame Theater - http://t.co/sYZHud7f64March 5, 2014, 9:46 am
- Our own @Al_Letson hosts the second pilot of @Reveal, an investigative radio show from @CIRonline and @PRX - listen: http://t.co/1Q68ogbyoDMarch 4, 2014, 1:06 pm
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