Location

Mercy University
Mercy University, 47 W 34th Street, New York, NY 10001

Location

Mercy University
Mercy University, 47 W 34th Street, New York, NY 10001

Date

Dec 13 2023

Time

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

AES New York Section Event – The Production of NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me.”

This is a hybrid event.

On December 13 the New York Section of the Audio Engineering Society will be hosting a hybrid event on the production of NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me.” The show’s production, live performance, various location issues, technical issues, and dealing with the pandemic will be discussed. This event will be moderated by David Bialik.

This event is co-hosted by Mercy University. Limited “in-person” tickets will be available. The event will also be streamed on Facebook on AES New York Section page. An in person ticket is required for all planning to attend in person. Doors open at 6:45 pm and the event begins at 7:30 pm in person and on Facebook Live.

The event will be held at Mercy University, 47 W 34th Street, Bove Media Room, 3rd floor.

We thank Mercy University, National Public Radio, and New York Public Radio for their assistance in organizing this event. Thanks to Eventide for providing a NFR Plugin as a raffle prize for in person attendees (ticket holders).

Speakers:

Lorna White, Technical Director
Lorna White joined NPR in 1984. For twelve years she engineered Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Weekend Edition, Performance Today, and operated Master Control. In 1996 she accepted the position of NPR Chicago Bureau Engineer. In addition to providing studio support, she has experience in recording news remotes and classical music ensembles. She has been with Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me since the beginning in 1998. Lorna is a graduate of Illinois State University with a degree in Communications and Music.

Robert Neuhaus, Production Manager
Robert Neuhaus began his professional career at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago and went on to create sound designs for most major Chicago theatres, including Chicago Shakespeare, where his designs earned two Joseph Jefferson awards. In addition to his work in theatre, Robert designed sound systems for consulting firm Schuler Shook and produced seven seasons of the audio theatre series Chicago Theatres on the Air for WFMT and L.A. Theatre Works. All the while he was also serving as a freelance engineer for NPR, recording everything from important politicians to squealing hogs. Shortly after Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me went into production in early 1998 the demands of the show became a full-time job and Robert has been a member of the Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me technical production team ever since.

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