David Barasoain is the Director of Radio Production for 90.1 WABE. In this capacity he oversees the production of all locally generated non-news content at Atlanta’s NPR station.
With 25 years in radio he’s worked in nearly every capacity, including as a Manager, News Director, Producer, Development Coordinator, Trainer, and Host. He has conducted or produced hundreds of radio interviews/features and covered various issues including the environment, science, and community.
He’s won several awards, including an Urban Forestry award, nearly a dozen Associated Press awards, and an Edward R. Murrow award.
He's studied at the Center for Documentary studies at Duke University, specifically in their radio documentary courses Hearing Is Believing I and II.
In 1998 he received his MA in Journalism Studies - with an emphasis in radio - at The University of Westminster in London, England.