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James B. Russell (born 1946) is an award-winning journalist, producer, and executive who has created successful national programs for all three public radio networks: National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media, as well as for PBS. Russell was a 1973–1974 NEH Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. Russell is now the president of his own consulting company, Jim Russell Productions—The Program Doctor.

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  • James B. Russell (born 1946) is an award-winning journalist, producer, and executive who has created successful national programs for all three public radio networks: National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media, as well as for PBS. Russell was a 1973–1974 NEH Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. Russell is now the president of his own consulting company, Jim Russell Productions—The Program Doctor.
  • James B. Russell (born 1946) is a journalist, producer, and executive who has created national programs for all three public radio networks: National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media, as well as for PBS. Russell has worked for more than thirty years in commercial radio, print, public radio, and television. Programs he has helped create include Marketplace, Weekend America, and public TV's Newton’s Apple, NightTimes, Electronicle and America After Vietnam. He also helped develop NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and PRI's The World.
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  • James B. Russell (born 1946) is an award-winning journalist, producer, and executive who has created successful national programs for all three public radio networks: National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media, as well as for PBS. Russell's experience encompasses more than thirty years, in commercial radio, print, public radio, and television. Programs he has helped create include Marketplace, Weekend America, and public TV’s Newton’s Apple, NightTimes, Electronicle and America After Vietnam. He also helped develop NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and PRI’s The World. Russell was a 1973–1974 NEH Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. Russell is now the president of his own consulting company, Jim Russell Productions—The Program Doctor.
  • James B. Russell (born 1946) is an award-winning journalist, producer, and executive who has created successful national programs for all three public radio networks: National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media, as well as for PBS. Russell's experience encompasses more than thirty years, in commercial radio, print, public radio, and television. Programs he has helped create include Marketplace, Weekend America, and public TV's Newton’s Apple, NightTimes, Electronicle and America After Vietnam. He also helped develop NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and PRI's The World. Russell was a 1973–1974 NEH Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. Russell is now the president of his own consulting company, Jim Russell Productions—The Program Doctor.
  • James B. Russell (born 1946) is a journalist, producer, and executive who has created national programs for all three public radio networks: National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media, as well as for PBS. Russell has worked for more than thirty years in commercial radio, print, public radio, and television. Programs he has helped create include Marketplace, Weekend America, and public TV's Newton’s Apple, NightTimes, Electronicle and America After Vietnam. He also helped develop NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and PRI's The World. Russell was a 1973–1974 NEH Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. Russell is now the president of his own consulting company, Jim Russell Productions—The Program Doctor.
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