Associate Audio Producer Education: The University of Texas at Arlington, BA in Journalism and Broadcasting, Minors: Political Science and Arabic. Linah Mohammad works on the flagship daily news podcast, "Post Reports." She joined The Post in November from NPR where she was a producer for "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition." Previously, Linah worked for local and college stations in North Texas. Foreign languages spoken: Arabic
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