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Thirteen WNET New York

Thirteen – WNET New York commissioned JMP to create a series of Pulse of the Planet radio programs based on content from The Music Instinct television special, which aired on PBS nationwide in 2009. The Music Instinct explored the relationship between science and music, and featured singer Bobby McFerrin, neuroscientist Daniel Levitin and others. The challenge was to use audio recorded...
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Passover Dreams

We were hired by the National Federation of Jewish Culture (NFJC) to produce a radio program that would celebrate 300 years of Jewish American culture.  The challenge was to weave historical fact with a story line that captured listeners’ imaginations, while being faithful to the essence of the tradition of Passover. So Passover Dreams, an hour long special, was developed. It featured some...
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Pulse of the Planet

Currently aired on 250+ public and commercial broadcast outlets worldwide, Pulse of the Planet is heard by 200,000 listeners daily on radio and as a popular podcast. It’s one of the longest-running short format science programs on radio, and recently celebrated its 7000th broadcast. Over the years, the series has been funded by the National Science Foundation, NASA, the American Museum of...
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Voices of Innovation

The American Association of Engineering Societies (AAES) presented us with the challenge of explaining to the general public what engineers do. There is a nation-wide shortage of graduates heading for engineering schools – particularly in minority groups. JMP produced the Voices of Innovation series, which ran for two years on over 100 public and commercial stations, bringing stories about...
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Tales of Two Cities

Tales of Two Cities: The Newburgh Beacon Cell Phone Tour was developed as a cultural tourism project, funded by the New York Council for the Humanities, to encourage people visiting the Hudson River waterfront to venture into the heart of these two cities. Fifteen signs take visitors through an entertaining look at the cities’ lesser known historic sites, as told by the voices of the...
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