Audio producer on feature and daily podcasts Education: University of Southern California, BA Journalism and International Relations Rennie Svirnovskiy is The Washington Post's first audio intern, producing feature and daily podcasts such as Retropod and Post Reports. She previously worked as a political reporter with The Sacramento Bee, a news intern with KCRW, a podcast producer with USC Annenberg Innovation Lab and an editorial and video intern with Yahoo Entertainment. In her college newsroom, she served as the executive producer of the radio desk. Honors & Awards:
2018 Mark of Excellence National Finalist for Best All-Around Radio Newscast
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