Tennessee Watson

Broadcast Journalist @tennesseejane

Tennessee Jane Watson is a radio producer, documentary artist and educator based in Mazama, Washington. She has produced nationally distributed radio features, award-winning films, oral histories, public sound installations and youth media projects. Across disciplines her practice is defined by a collaborative and community-based approach. The daughter of the late journalist Nancy Woodhull, she continues her mother’s legacy of using the media to amplify historically silenced voices. Her work has focused on social justice, immigration and migration, criminal justice transparency, and economic justice. Watson has an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College. Tennessee Jane Watson and her team are awarded a grant to complete an audio documentary examining childhood sexual abuse in the United States. Watson is a documentary artist and educator who has produced nationally distributed radio features, award-winning films, oral histories, public sound installations and youth media projects. Across disciplines her practice is defined by a collaborative and community-based approach.

En Español

Tennessee Jane Watson es una productora de radio, artista documentaria y educador basada en Mazama, Washington. Ella ha producido reportajes de distribución nacional de radio, películas premiadas, proyectos de historia oral, instalaciones sonoras y proyectos de medio producidos por jóvenes. En todas las disciplinas de su práctica se define por un enfoque colaborativo y comunitario. La hija de la fallecida periodista Nancy Woodhull, Tennessee continúa el legado de su madre usando los medios de comunicación para amplificar las voces que históricamente han sido silenciadas. Su trabajo se ha centrado en la justicia social, inmigración y emigración, transparencia del sistema de justicia penal, y la justicia económica. Watson tiene un MFA en Integrated Media Artes de Hunter College.

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