Zak Rosen

Independent Producer

Zak Rosen is an American multimedia producer. His radio features have been heard on NPR, CBC, BBC, PRI, APM,  Deutsche Welle and Radio Helsinki. He was a staff producer on NPR/PRX's State of the Re:Union. Prior to that, he was a founding producer of WDET's Detroit Today. He has written for Yes!, Shareable, The Huffington Post, Model D, the Red Thread, and The Detroit People's Atlas.  He's glad to be here.


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On today's episode, two stories about fathers lost and found...

The Invisible Man

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