Mark Navin has been a part of the WBUR team for some 20 years now, serving the station in a variety of different roles. He got his start as a producer on WBUR’s Weekend Edition, and went on to fill such diverse roles as director of production, Morning Edition senior producer, and executive producer for news.
Mark is currently the executive producer of Radio Boston.
As senior producer of Here & Now for five years, Mark transformed the show from a regional program to a national one, and built audience and station carriage numbers while assembling a staff of talented and dedicated radio producers, editors and hosts.
Over the last couple of years, Mark has worked on special projects and political coverage, most recently helping to coordinate WBUR’s coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, and the Republican National Convention in St. Paul.
We talk with the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s artistic director, Steven Maler, about this year’s annual summer production.
Last month the town came together to create a video that not only shows off the exterior and interior of the old building, but also showcases the people of the town.
We hear highlights from this morning’s gubernatorial debate.
We talk with the publisher of the Boston Globe about its plan to add a pay wall to its online presence.
Layoffs at Boston Medical Center have exposed a major budget crisis there. The hospital — the city’s leading health care facility for needy populations — will eliminate 119 jobs and is projected to lose $175 million this year.
Boston’s firefighters union is now saying it will freeze a proposed 2.5 percent end-of-contract pay increase for one year — an offer that’s being called a major concession in the effort to negotiate a controversial new contract. We hear the latest.