Marianne McCune Marianne McCune was the lead reporter and producer for Embedded: Buffalo Extreme.
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Marianne McCune

Marianne McCune

Lead Reporter and Producer, Embedded: Buffalo Extreme

Marianne McCune was the lead reporter and producer for Embedded: Buffalo Extreme. McCune has more than two decades of experience making award-winning audio stories. She has produced narrative podcast series for New York Magazine (Cover Story), helped start, produce and edit long-form narrative shows for NPR and public radio affiliates (Rough Translation; United States of Anxiety, Season Four), reported locally and internationally (NPR News, NPR's Planet Money and WNYC News) and produced groundbreaking narrative audio tours (SF MOMA, Detour). She is also the founder of Radio Rookies, a narrative youth radio series that is still thriving at WNYC.

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The Buffalo All-Star Extreme cheer team grapples with the repercussions from a mass shooting at a nearby grocery store. Kristen Uroda for NPR hide caption

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It's hard enough for adults to carry on after a mass shooting. How do kids manage it? We hear from kids at a cheer team whose gym was blocks away from last year's racist massacre in Buffalo, N.Y. Kristen Uroda for NPR hide caption

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The Buffalo All-Star Extreme cheer team grapples with the repercussions from a mass shooting at a nearby grocery store. Kristen Uroda for NPR hide caption

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Kamel Guemari stands in front of the community center housed in a former McDonald's in Marseille. Eleanor Beardsley hide caption

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Liberté, Égalité, French Fries... And Couscous

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Wednesday

A green sweater that Jessie crocheted in China while waiting for Jacquie, her American surrogate, to deliver her baby. Jessie, Reproduced With Permission hide caption

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Wednesday

Residents of an immigrant neighborhood in northern Marseille gather outside of a McDonald's they are fighting to keep open. Eleanor Beardsley hide caption

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Liberté, Égalité And French Fries

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Wednesday

Rough Translation: American Surrogates

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Monday

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American Surrogate

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Wednesday

A Pesticide, A Pigweed And A Farmer's Murder

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Edgar Gonzalez tries to fix bugs in the bottling machine before a state inspector comes to oversee their first batch of mezcal for export. Marianne McCune/NPR hide caption

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Can Homemade Liquor Jumpstart A Local Economy?

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Monday

Noreli Morales (right) works on the Planet Money women's T-shirt at a factory in Medellin, Colombia. Joshua Davis for NPR hide caption

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'Our Industry Follows Poverty': Success Threatens A T-Shirt Business

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Fourth-generation owner of Braun Brush, Lance Cheney, stands next to a special-order brush his company made for the artist Richard Artschwager. Marianne McCune/NPR hide caption

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Three Ways Brush Factories Are Surviving In America

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Friday

Harlem funeral directors Tamara Bullock and Patricia Hamilton are going to spend their next savings-club payout on a sky-diving trip (unless Bullock can get out of it). Marianne McCune/NPR hide caption

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When People Make Their Own Banks

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"We're going to keep prices as fair as we possibly can," says Bob Viden of Bob's Little Sport Shop in southern New Jersey. Marianne McCune/NPR hide caption

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Demand For Ammunition Is Up. Why Aren't Prices?

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A sign limiting the purchase of baby formula powder hangs on a shelf in a London supermarket April 10. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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Nervous Parents In One Country Clear Supermarket Shelves In Another

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