Jocelyn Gonzales

Jocelyn Gonzales is a freelance audio producer in New York City. Her cultural reporting and sound work has been featured on WNYC News, Soundcheck, Marketplace, Weekend America, Sound Money, Radiolab, Musicians Radio on XM Satelilite, Ear Studio, Minnesota Public Radio, sTRANGEmUSIC and Re:Sound.

Gonzales is a producer and technical advisor for Feet In Two Worlds, an award-winning multimedia ethnic journalism project that trains and mentors reporters in blogging, multimedia reporting for public radio and the FI2W news website, and social media. She provides media and equipment training, script support, studio direction and mixing assistance to FI2W reporters and fellows.

She is a full-time faculty member of the sound design department at the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film & Television of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and Head of Freshmen Studies. She previously served as a Tisch advisor and internship coordinator for the award-winning campus radio station, WNYU AM/FM .

Gonzales produced the weekly NYT Tech Talk podcast for New York Times, and now produces the NY Times Popcast and Book Review podcasts.

She was part of the team that created Studio 360, and she was a producer for programs on WNYC such as Dish with Ed Levine, Now Hear This! with John Flansburgh (of They Might Be Giants), and The Conversation with Danyel Smith. She was an audiobook director, editor and studio production manager for Simon & Schuster Audio. Prior to that, she worked in broadcast services for ABC Radio Networks and helped produce radio plays with Artistic Director Marjorie Van Halteren at The Radio Stage.

Gonzales has worked in music recording, having produced independent singles for local NY bands, and was an assistant for the WNYC Concert Team. She was post-production sound engineer for the documentary films Living Yoga (directed by Shiva Kumar), Adriana Kaegi's Kid Creole and My Coconuts and Dirty Martini and the New Burlesque (directed by Gary Beeber).

In 2009, Gonzales was a co-producer of the MMiX Festival of Interactive Music Technology, a four day event at Theaterlab NYC, exploring the use of emerging audio technologies in live musical performance. The festival featured a diverse roster of artists working with traditional instruments and laptop technology, live visual art, interactive sound projects, software giveaways and workshops in Ableton LIVE and Max for LIVE. She is an assistant producer for music, media and live performance with Peppergreen Media. In 2014, she helped manage the launch of the Soundworks podcast network for PRI, Public Radio International.
Gonzales has taught media workshop sessions for FI2W, NYU Abu Dhabi, NYS Youth Leadership Council, School of Visual Arts and the AIR Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensive at Union Docs.


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Studio 360 - The Revolution Will Not Be AutoTuned

Studio 360 - DJ Scientific

Studio 360 - Recession Pop

WNYC News - Middle Collegiate Church Rocks the House of Worship

Studio 360 - Pause, Play, Record: Mixtapes

WNYC News - Stealing the Sunshine to Light Up the Stage

WNYC News -Technology Amps Up Musical Revival

Studio 360 - Girls on Film

WNYC News - Father's Day with Baba and Steve

WNYC News - The Romance of Magno Rubio

WNYC News - Be My Valentine

Studio 360 - Bionic Hearing (last story on page)

WNYC News - Remembering Hurricane Katrina

Studio 360 - To Hell and Back (second story on page)

Studio 360 - American Icons: Appalachian Spring by Aaron Copland (top story on page)

Studio 360 - American Icons: Superman

Studio 360 - Get Well Soon (last story on page)

Marketplace - Starring In Your Own Movie

Weekend America - Manhattan Soundscape, in a New York Minute (second to last story on page)

WNYC - Now Hear This! with John Flansburgh

WNYC - Picturing the Modern Amazon

Studio 360 - Rediscovering The Flipside

Studio 360 - Recycled Design with Todd Oldham

Studio 360 - Animals in Anime

Studio 360 - Fantasy Robots on Film with Susie Bright

Studio 360 - Design for the Real World: At the Hardware Store with Designer Ken Carbone

Studio 360 - Myth: Role-playing Games

Radiolab - Salle des Departs

WNYC - Sara Fishko's "What Can I Say? - The Culture of Patriotism & Dissent"

WNYC - Feet In Two Worlds: Immigrants in a Global City

Studio 360 - Bigger, Better Beauty (second story on page)

Studio 360 - Composer Eve Beglarian (first story on page)

Studio 360 - Rivalry in Hong Kong Action Films

Studio 360 - In What Language: Vijay Iyer and Mike Ladd

Studio 360 - Pop Song Muses (fourth story on page)

Studio 360 - Interior Harmony: George Beylerian (third story on page)