Twenty-Five Years of Award-Winning Public Interest Journalism
Homelands Productions is an independent, nonprofit journalism cooperative
whose mission is to
illuminate complex issues through compelling broadcasts, articles, books, and educational forums,
and to foster
freedom of expression and creative risk through the media arts. Since its founding in 1989,
and won 22 national and international awards. More...
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Homelands Welcomes New Producer-Members
We're delighted to announce the addition of radio and print journalist Ruxandra Guidi and photographer Roberto (Bear) Guerra to the Homelands family. Rux and Bear co-founded Fonografia Collective, which produces multimedia stories about human rights, the environment, and social issues. More...
So You Want to Create a Radio Series? Do you have an idea for a media project but no clue about how to pull it off? In his manifesto on the website Transom.org, Homelands' Jonathan Miller guides would-be producers through the wilderness between inspiration and broadcast. More...
Raul Ramirez Leaves Legacy of Integrity and Service
We're mourning the loss of trailblazing journalist Raul Ramirez, our friend, colleague, and board member who died on November 15.
Raul was director of news and public affairs at KQED in San Francisco. More...
Cecilia Vaisman has extensive reporting experience in Latin America, Asia, and the USA. A former staff producer at NPR and special projects editor at Chicago Public Media, she teaches audio documentary at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. More...
Roberto (Bear) Guerra is a photographer whose work addresses globalization, development, and social and environmental issues. He is currently a Ted Scripps Fellow in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado-Boulder. More...
Ruxandra Guidi Ruxandra Guidi is a journalist working in public radio, magazines, and multimedia. She has reported throughout the Western Hemisphere, and has received fellowships from the International Center for Journalists and the International Reporting Project. More...
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