Ethan Lindsey is the managing editor at KQED News, helping lead one of the largest and most innovative public radio newsrooms in the country. Ethan has worked previously at WBUR and NPR on the midday newsmagazine Here & Now, in Boston, where he was the show’s senior managing editor. Previously, he was senior digital editor and interim managing editor for the public radio show Marketplace. In 2009, Ethan won a Peabody Award for his work as a correspondent for Oregon Public Broadcasting, on a year-long project called Hard Times, documenting how people were responding to the financial crisis. Ethan received his bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley in 2000, with a major in English literature. He graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2003.
UC Berkeley, BA 2000
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, MS 2003
KQED, Managing Editor
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