Jon Kalish

Jon Kalish

Independent Producer

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Jon Kalish is a free-lance feature reporter for WBGO who also works for several newspaper and radio outlets. Jon's newspaper stories have been published in all five of New York City's dailies, and around the world via the Reuters newswire. A contributor to National Public Radio's daily newsmagazines for more than 25 years, his radio stories have also aired in Australia, Canada, England, Japan and New Zealand.


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the zone where fish cannot survive is greater than ever at the…

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