Jake Warga

Jake Warga

Independent Producer

An award-winning Independent Journalist currently based in Ifrane, Morocco. With an M.A. in Visual Anthropology I bring a unique sensitivity and curiosity to the many cultures I visit around the world. With a microphone in one hand, a camera in the other, I collect stories for Public Radio and images for various outlets.


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Two soldiers on the run in Vietnam take two drastically different paths, and a producer asks soldiers in Iraq, ''What's on your iPod?''

War and the Warriors

Two soldiers on the run in Vietnam take two drastically different paths, and a producer asks soldiers in Iraq, ''What's on your iPod?''

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There's a quick and violent event, followed by the rippling aftermath. Plus, an independent journalist's stream-of-consciousness telling of a street mugging, his own.

And Then What Happened?

There's a quick and violent event, followed by the rippling aftermath. Plus, an independent journalist's stream-of-consciousness telling of a street mugging, his own.

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