Richard Chin Quee

Production Manager

Richard Chin Quee has been WGCU’s technical producer on many of our programs, including With the Wild Things, Florida Book Reviews, and our own live call-in show, Gulf Coast Live! since 2006.

He worked on the Peabody Award-winning program Lucia's Letter, alongside WGCU's news director, Amy Tardif, recording and editing the readings of the letter in its multiple languages.

Richard is also the primary manager of WGCU-FM's web content. He’s available for studio rental for networks and stations worldwide who use WGCU’s studios to interview guests as well as for bands, soloists and anyone who wants to rent the studios for recordings or podcasts.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying on Capitol Hill to answer questions about protecting user data. The hearing held by the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees follows news that the data-mining and political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica obtained personal information of up to 87 million Facebook users. The firm is accused of using that information to target Facebook users with political advertising in 2016. The two Senate committees are holding a joint hearing called "Facebook, Social Media Privacy, and the Use and Abuse of Data."

My guest this episode is Lynn Millner. She’s the author of “The Allure of Immortality: An American Cult, a Florida Swamp, and a Renegade Prophet,” it’s a narrative nonfiction book about the Koreshans of Estero. And she’s an associate professor of journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University.

My guest this episode is Lynn Millner. She’s the author of “The Allure of Immortality: An American Cult, a Florida Swamp, and a Renegade Prophet,” it’s a narrative nonfiction book about the Koreshans of Estero. And she’s an associate professor of journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University.

Photo: Mercy Health via Flickr Creative Commons

The thing about cultural, religious and even political differences in our society is that they are often seen to divide us. But, underneath all that, what makes us human is the same - we all inhabit human bodies and when those bodies are broken, we go to the same place as everyone else: our local clinic or hospital. 


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