From the heart of Lower Manhattan, Murray Street has built an international reputation for innovation in audio, radio, podcasting and digital media – from production and technical direction, to marketing and distribution.
Our network of independent producers and engineers has crafted programs
for public radio, broadcast live events, helped pioneer books on tape, fashioned audio installations,
built a sports broadcasting network and created a groundbreaking, rule-breaking,
award winning daily series. Now our activities include digital media such as live web streaming, podcasting and satellite broadcast.
Street collaborates with some of the most respected presenters in the
world of performance including Jazz at Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, Radio Netherlands Worldwide, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival,
National Foundation for Jewish Culture, National Park Service and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA).
We maintain longtime alliances with National Public Radio, Public
Radio International and Public Radio Exchange. In addition, Murray Street has a history of distributing programs directly
to public and commercial radio stations, including Sounds
of Science, Pulse of the Planet, Voices of Innovation, The
DNA Files, Independent Minds and many other specials. Murray Street is a founding member of the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR).
David Goren, writer and producer for Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio, also serves as our technical director. He's been a key player on the Murray Street team since 1997 and is responsible for the rich sound of many of our programs.
Lauren Krenzel, producer and senior editor, has worked with Murray Street since 1987 in a multiplicity of roles. Most recently, she's been writing and producing our podcast projects for IMNG and Price Waterhouse Coopers. She continues as writer and senior script editor for Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio.
Saudra Palmer-Grassi (Palmer-Grassi Recording) is our lead music recording engineer, responsible for vibrant live performance mixes heard on Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio, Symphony Space Live, and the Essentially Ellington CDs.
Josh Landes is our assitant producer. He was once an intern; now he works on Jazz At Lincoln Center Radio.
Rosenblum has worked with Murray Street since 1997, joining to work
on Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio. He continues
to serve as our webmaster and, since finishing his PhD, is also writing
for Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio.
Murray Street Graduates:
Simon Renter was the associate producer for WC Handy's Blues and was a writer and associate producer for our Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio with Wynton Marsalis. He was marketing manager for Pulse of the Planet, European Jazz Stage, The Paul Winter Solstice and many other programs.
Alexa Lim was our associate producer for Jazz At Lincoln Center Radio from 2008 to 2013.
Matthew Long-Middleton was our marketing manager. He parlayed his summer internship into a position handling direct promotion to stations for a diverse range of programs.
Chris Roose assisted in both production and marketing efforts as well as acting as our friendly IT expert. European Jazz Stage and Pulse of the Planet are two programs which have benefited from his efforts.
Margaret Bresnahan was our Summer 2009 intern and became a valable production coordinator soon afterwords. Armed with a degree in English Literature from Smith College, Margaret plans to find her place in Radioland, traversing the airwaves and surveying soundscapes until she finds the right frequency.
Adam Pogoff was our Winter 2009 intern and was weaned on the clean water of Minnesota and the fresh sounds of Minnesota Public Radio. He currently lives inside a large antique cabinet radio somewhere in Brooklyn and is working on bridging the terrestrial-digital divide as an independent producer.
Jocelyn Bonadio, our summer 2007 intern, kept the office running smoothly by working on everything from prepping mailings and buying supplies to editing audio and booking interviews.
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