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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Advocates for Florida tomato growers say the industry is in trouble, in part, due to cheaper tomatoes imported from Mexico.  A suspension pact between the U.S. and Mexico was established 16 years ago aimed at controlling Mexican tomato imports and setting a minimum sale price. 

The U.S. Commerce Department is currently considering a request to abolish the suspension agreement which some Florida growers say isn’t working.  Meanwhile, advocates for Mexican growers are defending the pact, saying it’s necessary to maintain a stable tomato market.  

A new federal policy aims to keep the American dream alive for young undocumented immigrants. Details on “deferred action for childhood arrivals” – who’s eligible, who’s not and what does it really mean? We’re joined by two immigration attorneys, and a student who hopes to make the policy work for him.

There are 490 sites on the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail - which means there’s likely one near you. Learn where they are, and what you might to expect to see. 

With the Republican national Convention in full swing, WGCU brings you the latest from inside the convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Instead of our regularly scheduled program ‘Gulf Coast Live’, today we’re bringing you special coverage of the convention with WUSF’s “Florida Matters.” Host Carson Cooper speaks with President and CEO of the RNC host committee, Ken Jones and former mayor of Tampa Pam Iorio about the convention’s economic, political and security impacts.

Emergency managers and other officials in southwest Florida are breathing a collective sigh of relief – as Tropical Isaac moves away from the region.  At Five O’clock the National Hurricane Center dropped the Hurricane Warning that had stretched from Bonita Beach South – replacing it with a tropical storm warning.  Collier County Emergency Services Director Dan Summers says it’s a welcome outcome to what could have been a very destructive storm.

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