Miguel Macias Miguel Macias is a Senior Producer at All Things Considered.
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Miguel Macias

Senior Producer, All Things Considered

Miguel Macias is a Senior Producer at All Things Considered, where he is proud to work with a top-notch team to shape the content of the daily show.

Prior to joining NPR in 2021, Macias was Supervising Senior Producer for Latino USA, where he led a team of talented producers and editors. Before that, Macias was an Associate Professor at Brooklyn College CUNY, where he taught radio production and journalism for a decade. Before moving into academia, Macias worked as the Los Angeles Bureau Chief for Youth Radio; for American Public Media as an Associate Producer and Director for the Marketplace Morning Report; and at New York Public Radio WNYC's Radio Rookies as an Associate Producer. Macias is also proud to have worked as a volunteer for the NGO MADRE. As such, he has trained Indigenous radio reporters in Peru, instructed video editing to teenagers in Colombia, and taught radio production to activists in Nicaragua.

Macias received a Peabody Award in 2006 as the Associate Producer for WNYC Radio Rookies' Mosholu series.

Originally from Seville, Spain, Macias moved to the U.S. in 2001 and earned an M.F.A. in Television Production from Brooklyn College.

In his spare time... he doesn't have any spare time. But he does love to spend time with friends, and produce video and audio documentaries.

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I came to the U.S. to accomplish things. But what does that look like? Miguel Macias hide caption

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There are 2 types of immigrants: those who look back, and those who don't. I'm both

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Sen. Murphy says the chances for compromise on gun control are less than 50/50

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Former Spanish king returns to Spain, for a long weekend

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In a remote Chinese region, thousands are coerced to work

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Two versions of history collide as Finland and Sweden seek to join NATO

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How the U.S. and Russia feel about Finland and Sweden joining NATO

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Meet Alisa Amador, the winner of the 2022 Tiny Desk Contest

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Journalist Kathy Gannon retires after 35 years covering Afghanistan

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A spying scandal and the fate of Western Sahara

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Trevor Reed came back home, but Paul Whelan is still imprisoned in Russia

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'A Strange Loop,' finally, comes to Broadway

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A look at whether the sanctions on Russia are actually working

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What U.S. intelligence got right and wrong about the war in Ukraine

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Sen. Cory Booker says we are witnessing 'a Jackie Robinson moment for our nation'

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With 'Unlimited Love,' the Red Hot Chili Peppers continue evolving

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