Randy Douthit

Randy Douthit is a producer at WNYC Studios, where she most recently produced “Radical Media Review,” the podcast that explores how media is changing our world. Before that, she produced “The New School,” the podcast from the New School in New York City, and “Starts with A Bang,” hosted by Rachel Martin from the Rachel Maddow Show. She’s also an award-winning radio producer, and her work has been featured on NPR, New York Public Radio, and American Public Media.

  1. Experience

Douthit has worked in the podcast industry for over six years and is a producer at WNYC Studios. She has produced two nationally distributed podcasts, “Radical Media Review” and “The New School.” She also created “Starts with A Bang,” hosted by Rachel Maddow on the Rachel Maddow Show

  1. Education

Randy Douthit graduated with a B.A. in Communications from the University of Texas at Austin. She received her M.A. in Media Studies from New York University and her M.S. in Journalism from Southern California.

  1. Achievement

Randy Douthit has won two national awards for “Radical Media Review” and is a finalist for a third. She has also been awarded two regional awards for “Starts With A Bang.” She has won several regional awards for her work with “The New School,” including 2013 Best of the Net award from the New York Press Club.

  1. Investment

Randy has been investing in her career since she was a student at the University of Texas at Austin. She has worked with several mentors, including Frank Burge and Hannah Storm, who have helped her develop the skills she needs to succeed in her industry.

Randy DouthitRandy Douthit is a producer at WNYC Studios, where she most recently produced “Radical Media Review,” the podcast that explores how media is changing our world. Before that, she had “The New School,” the podcast from the New School in New York City, and “Starts with a Bang,” hosted by Rachel Martin from the Rachel Maddow Show. She’s also an award-winning radio producer, and her work has been featured on NPR, New York Public Radio, and American Public Media.