Silvia Viñas

Producer and Editor

circletwitterbird @SilviaVinas

http://silviavinas.com/about/

Before joining Radio Ambulante as an editor and producer, Silvia was the Latin American Regional Editor for Global Voices Online, an international community of bloggers and translators who translate and report on citizen media around the world. Silvia was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, from a Spanish father and a Uruguayan mother. She grew up in five Latin American countries and in Spain. In her free time she reads, takes pictures, cooks, and listens to way too many podcasts. She currently lives in the UK with her husband Daniel and their children Elisa and Santiago.

Which is your favorite Radio Ambulante episode?

It’s hard to pick just one. My favorite are Nohemí, N.N, and La concursante.

Which are your favorite podcasts?

This American Life, Radiolab, On the Media, ReplyAll, Startup, Mystery Show, Serial, Slate’s Double X Podcast, Longform, Invisibilia, Snap Judgement, HowSound…I could go on!

Stories you have produced in other spaces

Piñera’s Twittering Cabinet, The Pulse

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Episodes produced by Silvia Viñas

I’m Brown

Photo: Diario Correo. For Marco Avilés, moving from Lima, Peru to small-town Maine was a dream come true —beautiful, verdant, calm. He was ready …

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Newly Arrived

In this story we go inside Oakland International High School, a school for foreign students who have recently arrived to the United States.

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Correa vs Crudo

The strange story of a virtual fight between the creator of a Facebook page and the President of Ecuador  –a fight that became too …

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The Castaway

Salvador Alvarenga pulled off the impossible. Read the complete transcript in Spanish here. Read the English translation here.

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The Correspondent

For two years Alberto Arce was the only international correspondent based in Honduras. He says that’s where he became a journalist …

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Confession

Sometimes being in the wrong place at the wrong time can cost you a 55-year jail sentence. Read the complete Spanish transcript here.

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The Rebellious Student

In December 2012, Benjamín González broke all the rules during his graduation speech. He criticized his school, one of the most prestigious in Chile, el …

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