Listen to this tale of two cities

Providência Hill stairs in Rio de Janeiro. Photo: Gabriel Toueg
Alemão’s cable car running. (Some call it “gondola lift service.”)
This is 10 years ago, when we still used tape recorders in radio (and it was all right!) Lorimar, the night shift editor, is the one with the light blue shirt. My fellow interns, Leo and Luana (bottom right), went on to work for the biggest TV station in Brazil, Globo. They are big now! We learned from the best.

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Engagement producer at Retro Report | Creator of W.A.V.E. | CUNY-J graduate | Rio-NYC | twitter @brazooklyn

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Engagement producer at Retro Report | Creator of W.A.V.E. | CUNY-J graduate | Rio-NYC | twitter @brazooklyn

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