Christopher has been a distinctive voice in print, television and radio
journalism for more than 30 years. In the 70s he covered the McGovern/Humphrey,
Reagan/Carter presidential campaigns for the New York Times Washington Bureau.
In the 80s he anchored public television news on WGBH Boston. In the 90s
he founded "The Connection" on WBUR Boston and brought it to 75
public stations around the country. In Jamaica, West Africa and Southeast
Asia in the past year he collected sounds, voices and ideas for the "The
Whole Wide World with Christopher Lydon".
Executive Producer: Mary McGrath
Mary has worked in radio and television for almost 20 years. From 1984
to 1990 she worked as a producer for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour in New
York City. She coordinated international news coverage for the Christian
Science Monitor's start-up international news program "World Monitor"
during the revolutions in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
She then co-founded "The Connection" on WBUR in Boston with
host Christopher Lydon.
Director of Business Development: Keith Kiya Wilson
Keith is a visionary in the digital content arena. As founder of BeeHive,
Keith managed the development, international licensing and marketing of
Ichat, the first web-based chat technology. Keith conceptualized and managed
the development of educational intranets for MIT and Harvard. He also
innovated “Extending the Drive-Time to the Desktop,” a unique
branding concept developed for Chancellor Media/AMFM’s northeast
corridor radio stations.
Producers: Benjamen Walker, Katherine Bidwell
Assistant Producer: Kezia Parsons
Engineer: Tom Tiger
Internet Strategist: Justin Grotelueschen
Graphic Artist: Elena Gorodenskaya
Strategic Defense: Jake Shapiro
Radio Visionary: Jay Allison
Public Relations: Josh Ward