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John Rudolph

For more than two decades John Rudolph has brought world events and the stories of ordinary people to radio listeners around the nation and the globe. Most recently, his portrait of New Jersey resident Don Hardy, the first person in the world to receive gene therapy for a type of lung cancer was part of The DNA Files, which was a recipient of the duPont-Columbia Journalism Award. An internationally recognized journalist, John has produced reports and programs for many of the world's leading radio networks including National Public Radio, Monitor Radio, BBC World Service, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and CBS Radio. Among his most notable programs and series is War in the Balkans: Which Way Out? This live two-hour broadcast on Monitor Radio won the National Federation of Community Broadcasters' Golden Reel Award and The New York Festivals' Gold Medal for International Radio Programming.



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