Longtime NPR Producer Carolyn Jensen Chadwick Dies
August 18, 2010 at 4:28 AM (PT)
Condolences to family and friends of former NPR Producer CAROLYN JENSEN CHADWICK, who died SUNDAY (8/15) of multiple myeloma at 65.
CHADWICK, NPR's first full-time employee in 1970, produced many shows for the network, including "RADIO EXPEDITIONS," a joint project between NPR and NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, and was known for her work collecting the natural sound that became a signature of many of the network's programs. She later created CONSERVATION SOUND, a LOS ANGELES-based production company, with her husband, former "MORNING EDITION" and "ALL THINGS CONSIDERED" host ALEX CHADWICK.