Rich Halten

Rich Halten

Independent Producer

An ad, public TV and commercial radio vet, Rich Halten is spending his boomer years toiling in the vineyards of sound.

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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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This radio piece, created by independent producer Rich Halten, is the story of a man who threw himself off the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay in Florida....

Sunshine Skyway

This radio piece, created by independent producer Rich Halten, is the story of a man who threw himself off the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay in Florida....

from UnFictional

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