Reporter Tristram Korten covers everything from lawlessness to environmental issues. His most recent radio piece focuses on accused criminals jumping bail and fleeing the country. We talk to him about the possible increase in international fugitives due to the real estate collapse and the lack of records kept by government agencies.
In today's down economy, more accused criminals are jumping bail and fleeing the country, leaving bail bonds companies in a bind. Under the Sun's Tristram Korten speaks to a local bounty hunter about the dangerous task of tracking these fugitives and the lack of support from national, state and local agencies.
2011 | 2010 | 2009 2011 WILBUR AWARD Religion Communicators Council has presented Wilbur Awards annually since 1949. They honor excellence by individuals in secular media – print and online journalism, book publishing, broadcasting, and motion pictures – in communicating religious issues, values and themes. Winners receive a stained-glass trophy. The award is named for […]
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Miami's Trenton Daniel asks, "What's up with the Miami Beach exit on I-95 that directs motorists onto I-195 but actually takes them back to I-95?"
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Under the Sun is an Edward R. Murrow Award-winning public radio series about life in South Florida. It airs during broadcasts of Morning Edition, The Takeaway, and All Things Considered each Thursday on WLRN 91.3 FM and WKWM 91.5 (in the Keys). The series is heard on the air from the Palm Beaches down to the […]
Under the Sun Core Team “Peter J” Maerz - Under the Sun Executive Producer Peter serves as Programming and Operations Manager for 91.3 WLRN, South Florida’s NPR News Station and 91.5 WKWM, NPR for the Florida Keys. He began his radio career in 1992 as a “Radio Reader” on WLRN’s closed circuit broadcast channel […]