Alex Chadwick

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Alex Chadwick
Occupation Journalist
Notable credit(s) All Things Considered
Day to Day
Weekend Edition
Spouse(s) Carolyn Jensen

Alex Chadwick is an American journalist best known for his work on National Public Radio, and as a former co-host of the radio newsmagazine Day to Day.[1] He was a part of the development of NPR's Morning Edition in the 1970s and was an on-air personality on All Things Considered and Weekend Edition. Chadwick has also worked with ABC and CBS.

In January 2009, NPR laid off Chadwick. He was one of 67 employees terminated as part of NPR's response to a budget shortfall.

Chadwick continues to do a video blog for Slate V called "Interviews, 50 cents."[2]

Chadwick received the Sigma Delta Chi Award for investigative journalism, two Lowell Thomas Awards from the Overseas Press Club for foreign reporting, and was part of the CBS News team that produced the Emmy- and Peabody-Award-winning documentary, In the Killing Fields of America.

Chadwick was married to Radio Expeditions executive producer Carolyn Jensen, who died in 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alex Chadwick (2008-11-07). "Hey, that's no way to say goodbye". National Public Radio. Archived from the original on 10 December 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-07. 
  2. ^ Chadwick, Alex. "Interviews 50 Cents". Slate.