Audrey Quinn

Podcast story editor and audio reporter; adjunct professor, NYU Institute of Journalism

Audrey Quinn is a podcast story editor and audio reporter, and an adjunct professor at the NYU Institute of Journalism. Audrey edited the Pulitzer Prize-winning podcast Suave from Futuro Media. She also hosted the series Aftereffect from WNYC Studios. In 2017 she was a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Reporting Fellow.

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US Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough visits Veterans Row. Will he help the dozens of homeless veterans camped outside the VA gates?

City of Tents Ep. 6: VA Secretary visits LA homeless veterans, but will he do anything?

US Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough visits Veterans Row. Will he help the dozens of homeless veterans camped outside the VA gates?

from City of Tents: Veterans Row

As LA County Sheriff’s deputies try to move homeless veterans to shelters, tragedy strikes the camp, revealing the limits of what law enforcement can really do.

Ep. 5 Disaster

As LA County Sheriff’s deputies try to move homeless veterans to shelters, tragedy strikes the camp, revealing the limits of what law enforcement can really do.

from City of Tents: Veterans Row

Neighbors call in LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to address problems at the Veterans Row homeless camp. What can the cops do that others haven’t?

Ep. 4 The Sheriff’s In Town

Neighbors call in LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to address problems at the Veterans Row homeless camp. What can the cops do that others haven’t?

from City of Tents: Veterans Row

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