Dan Gediman

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Dan Gediman is an American radio producer and performing songwriter. He is the executive producer of the public radio series This I Believe [1] and co-editor, with Jay Allison, of the books This I Believe and This I Believe II: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women.[2] He is also the co-editor, with John Gregory and Mary Jo Gediman, of the book This I Believe: On Love[3] He has won several public broadcasting awards, including the duPont-Columbia Award.[4]

Gediman co-produced the public radio series 13 by Corwin and the award-winning 50 Years after 14 August, a reflection on the end of World War II, with legendary radio playwright Norman Corwin.

Gediman was also a reporter for public radio and his work has been featured on programs such as This American Life, All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Jazz Profiles. His public radio specials include Breaking the Cycle: How Do We Stop Child Abuse with Jay Allison.


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