Jocelyn Gonzales

Executive Producer

Jocelyn Gonzales is Executive Producer of Studio 360 and comes from a noisy, joyful Filipino family in Queens and New Jersey. She taught sound design at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU for 13 years, and worked in a variety of audio jobs, from college radio to network broadcasting, audiobooks to film mixing, and public radio to podcasting. Her work can be heard on Feet in Two Worlds, WNYC, Studio 360, Peppergreen Media, Marketplace, Headstepper Media, the Popcast and Book Review podcasts of the New York Times, the Signal podcast from StatNews, and The MashUp Americans.

Recent Stories

Arts, Culture & Media

Pause, Play, Record

It's become a kind of sport for music-lovers to mourn yet another almost-obsolete technology. For Jocelyn Gonzales it's the cassette tape. Her old mix tapes can't be recreated in a playlist on iTunes -? they're a special medium unto themselves.

Arts, Culture & Media

Sunday in the Park

The Tony-nominated revival of Steven Sondheim's musical "Sunday in the Park with George" is shaking up the theatre world with how it uses video projections and other high-tech effects to tell the story. Produced by Jocelyn Gonzales.

Arts, Culture & Media

Girls on Film

At New York University's Kanbar film school, undergrads are training to be the next generation of filmmakers. Jocelyn Gonzales talked to some of her students, and the school's associate dean, Sheril Antonio, about the ways female characters are portrayed on screen and what they plan to do about it.

Arts, Culture & Media

American Icons: Appalachian Spring

In 1942, Aaron Copland accepted a commission to write the score for a new dance by modernist Martha Graham. Their now-legendary ballet looks at the tension between community and individualism through the story of a bride and groom in a frontier town.