As an independent radio producer and journalist, Shanna Lewis’ work has aired on NPR’s newscast and news magazines, Voice of America, Prime Time Radio and Pulse of the Planet, among others. She has also produced hundreds of interviews for Colorado Matters and reported features and news spots on Colorado Public Radio/KRCC.
Here is a sampling of Shanna’s radio work – please click on the players or go to the links to listen to the stories:
Pueblo, Colo., Artists Plan To Paint The Biggest Mural In The World
Pueblo, Colo., Artists Plan To Paint The Biggest Mural In The World on NPR:
Artist Paints Veterans’ Portraits in Vivid Strokes
Artist Paints Veterans’ Portraits in Vivid Strokes on NPR:
Helping Veterans Heal
Shanna was part of CPR’s collaboration with NPR photographer David Gilkey and producer Keith Jennings. They produced this multi-media segment: For Veterans, The Tough Climb Back To Civilian Life for NPR and Rocky Mountain PBS. She produced Helping Veterans Heal for CPR:
Skiing for the Army-Special Forces Winter Training
Special Forces Train At Monarch as heard on Prime Time Radio:
Homegrown Eggs Color Easter Celebration as heard on NPR:
Prayer Scarves – Knitting Together High Schools
Prayer Scarves as heard on Colorado Public Radio:
Bringing In the Hay In The Wet Mountain Valley
Bringing In The Hay as heard on Colorado Public Radio:
Please click on the Current Work Archive tab for links to more radio pieces produced by Shanna Lewis.