Peter Breslow (BA 1977)
By English Undergraduate Office | Tuesday, November 1, 2016
By English Undergraduate Office
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Peter Breslow is a senior producer for NPR. He has reported and produced from around the country and the world -from Mount Everest to the South Pole. During his career he has covered conflicts in nearly a dozen countries, had his microphone splattered with rattlesnake venom and played hockey underwater. For six years he was the supervising senior producer of Weekend Edition Saturday, managing that program's news coverage. Over the years, Peter has been honored with numerous awards including Overseas Press Club, DuPont-Columbia and two Peabody awards. A native of River Edge, N.J., Peter worships Muddy Waters, is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and is an Eagle Scout.
November 1st Peter Breslow will be returning to campus to lead a special writing for radio workshop by invitation only for English majors during the early afternoon and holding a public talk, "Did We Roll On That? Misadventures of an NPR Producer" at 3:30 PM at the Campus Center room 804-808. This talk is being co-sponsored by English, Communication and Journalism departments. It is free and open to the public.