Sunday, May 26, 2024

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Jason Brown

Jason Brown is a producer at Berkshire Media Artists (BMA), an audio book and podcast production company producing audio for Audible, Recorded Books, Harper Audio among others. His background includes production at Sports Illustrated and People magazine as well as working with Douglas Trumbull here in the Berkshires.

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EDGECAST: News in review, a podcast: Lynching threat, opioid epidemic, drunk driving by police, and a new trail network

The news behind the news with Edge Managing Editor Heather Bellow: lynching threat at Monument Mountain Regional High School; drinking and driving by Great Barrington Police officer; the BNRC's High Road trail network; and the lack of treatment options for the opioid epidemic in South Berkshire County.

EDGECAST: Hip hop artist Jackson Whalan – a podcast

Berkshire-born hip hop artist Jackson Whalan talks about his career, his work with musician and producer Robbie Baier, and how Railroad Street Youth Project played a crucial role in supporting his music.

EDGECAST: News in Review with Heather Bellow — a podcast

Interviewed by Jim Frangione, Berkshire Edge Managing Editor Heather Bellow discusses the issues she's been covering: proposed PCB dump in Housatonic; the new Jane Iredale/Louisa Ellis store in Great Barrington; the redevelopment of the top of Railroad Street; access to broadband Internet in the rural Berkshires; and the Democratic primary election.

EDGECAST: News in Review with Heather Bellow — a podcast

Berkshire Edge Managing Editor Heather Bellow discusses some of the issues she's covering: The marijuana dispensary proposed for Great Barrington; environmental remediation at 100 Bridge Street, Konkapot River artist, and the natural gas pipeline through Otis State Forest.

EDGECAST VIDEO: The Mount: A legacy restored. An interview with Susan Wissler

Edgecast videographers Jason Brown and Jim Frangione interview Susan Wissler, executive director of The Mount, who explains how The Mount has restored the legacy of author Edith Wharton.

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