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Amanda Aronczyk

Reporter

SHORT BIO

Amanda Aronczyk has been a public radio reporter and new media producer for over 15 years, and has worked at Radiolab, Marketplace, Weekend America and The Next Big Thing. As a freelancer, she has produced podcasts for the The New Yorker and Slate, as well as reported and produced for a variety of programs, including the BBC World Service, Freakonomics and Studio 360. She’s also an adjunct faculty member at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She's currently working on The Cost of Crime, a multimedia investigation into the financial repercussions of imprisonment.  

Latest Stories (25)

That's a Whole Lot of Renminbi!

Mar 23, 2011
If you happened to keep an eye on the currency markets, you may have noticed that it's been a banner week for China's renminbi. The Chinese...

New WaMu branches more like banks

Mar 30, 2009
Washington Mutual's new owner, JP Morgan Chase, has begun the process of absorbing the bank into its new brand. The new look will have a more traditional approach than WaMu's more retail feel. Amanda Aronczyk reports.

Tensions flaring on corporate excesses

Mar 27, 2009
The president meets with bank executives and trade groups today to talk regulation, commercial loans and financial bailouts. Amanda Aronczyk reports on mounting tensions between Wall Street culture and the worried masses.

Macy's to tie executive pay to stocks

Mar 25, 2009
Macy's says it will reward its executives based on how well the company's stock performs compared to other retailers over the next three years. Amanda Aronczyk reports.