Jessica Partnow

Jessica Partnow

Independent Producer

Jessica Partnow is an audio and multimedia producer with Seattle-based www.clpmag.org, an award-winning nonprofit multimedia publishing house whose mission is to engage, educate and inform Americans of all ages on the crucial human issues of our time through innovative and accessible journalism. She has produced radio for NPR, The World, World Vision Report and others.  Her radio series Life on the Duwamish won a 2008 Edward R Murrow Award for News Series.


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Stealing an idea from Jim Jarmusch, we drop down to five random locations and hear personal stories that all take place in the nighttime.

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Stealing an idea from Jim Jarmusch, we drop down to five random locations and hear personal stories that all take place in the nighttime.

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