Audie N. Cornish is an [2 ] American journalist and a current co-host of NPR's . All Things Considered
Early life and education [ edit ]
Cornish was born
Randolph, Massachusetts to Jamaican parents and graduated from [3 ] Randolph High School. [4 ] [5 ]
She graduated from the
University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2001. During her years there, she interned with NPR [6 ] [7 ] and worked with campus radio station [8 ] WMUA.
Previous jobs include reporting for the NPR station
WBUR, for the Associated Press in Boston, and for NPR on 10 southern states and Capitol Hill issues. She shared the 2005 first prize in the National Awards for Education Writing for a study of the achievement gap between races. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. [3 ]
Weekend Edition and All Things Considered [ edit ]
On September 4, 2011, Cornish replaced
Liane Hansen on NPR's . Hansen had served as host of the show for more than twenty years. Weekend Edition Sunday
At the end of the December 18, 2011 broadcast of
Weekend Edition, Cornish announced that she would be leaving the program in January 2012 to co-host All Things Considered during the 2012 election year, to be replaced on January 8 by Rachel Martin. It was subsequently reported that the change was due to [9 ] Michele Norris's decision to step down from All Things Considered during the 2012 election year because her husband had taken a position in the Obama re-election campaign. On January 3, 2013, it was announced that Cornish would remain the host of the show and that Norris would instead return as a special correspondent. [10 ] [11 ]
Personal life [ edit ]
Cornish is married to
reporter Theodore "Theo" Emery and lives in Boston Globe Takoma Park, Maryland. [12 ]
References [ edit ]
^ Janelle Nanos (October 2011). "Person of Interest: Audie Cornish". Boston . Retrieved . January 26, 2015 “I’m married to a reporter” — Globe Washington correspondent Theo Emery — ...
^ Audie N. Cornish, Associated Press Writer (November 6, 2001). "Harvard Professor Makes Hip-Hop CD". Washington Post . Retrieved . January 26, 2015
^ a b Nanos, Janelle (October 2011). "Person of Interest: Audie Cornish". Boston Magazine . Retrieved . February 4, 2014
^ "Born broadcaster". UMass Magazine Online. 2001 . Retrieved . January 26, 2015
^ Teresa A. Franco (August 30, 2011). "Randolph native to host National Public Radio show". WickedLocal.com . Retrieved . January 26, 2015
^ "Audie Cornish: NPR Profile". National Public Radio. Archived from the original on 29 July 2011 . Retrieved . 2011-09-04
^ Larry Parnass (2011-05-15). "UMass grad Audie Cornish, NPR veteran, lands Sunday anchor slot". Gazettenet.com . Retrieved . 2011-09-04
^ Cori Urban (September 2, 2014). ". 'All Things Considered' host Audie Cornish to attend opening of New England Public Radio facility in downtown Springfield" The Republican . Retrieved . January 26, 2015 Cornish, originally from Boston and a 2001 graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a bachelor’s degree in journalism...
^ "NPR Media Player". Npr.org . Retrieved . 2014-02-08
^ 3:17 pm (2012-01-06). "New ATC and Weekend Edition Sunday hosts". Michigan Radio . Retrieved . 2014-02-08
^ Memmott, Mark (2013-01-03). "NPR's Michele Norris Returning As Host/Special Correspondent : The Two-Way". NPR . Retrieved . 2014-02-08
^ Betsy Rothstein (May 12, 2011). "Cornish the ‘Storyteller’ Moves to Sunday Mornings". Adweek . Retrieved . January 26, 2015 She lives in Takoma Park, Md., with her husband, Boston Globe reporter Theo Emery.
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