Gabe’s improbable path to becoming a radio producer has included stints as a environmental canvasser, a TV editor, and a full-time poker player. Throughout these phases there was one thing that never changed – a drive to record, create, and play with sound. Finally realizing that this hobby could and should be the foundation for a career in radio, Gabe attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and began studying audio storytelling. Since graduating, he has produced Portland, Maine’s Safe Space Radio, has had his stories air on public radio in Maine and New Hampshire, and has remixed the news for Miami’s WLRN. He is very happy to be continuing his education by working with the terrific staff of SOTRU.
- Thanks Veronica! RT @VeeSimmonds: If you haven't already, stop everything & listen to this http://t.co/7DKZC2AOVJ #YSLTF #lifechangingradioMarch 7, 2014, 2:37 pm
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