Podcasts & Radio

Samples of work from podcast production to professional & university radio stations.

In 2020, Price joined The San Francisco Chronicle as a digital producer, assisting in website, social media and audio production. 

 

She helped launch food & culture podcast, "Extra Spicy," and has co-produced the show through multiple seasons. The program was named one of the "Top 50 Podcasts of 2020" by The Atlantic and was awarded first place for "Best Podcast" by the Society for Features Journalism in 2022.

 

Additionally, Price assists in other programming, including "It's All Political," "Warriors Off Court," and  "Fifth & Mission:" The Chronicle's daily news podcast. Here are playlists of her production per program:

In addition to audio production and sound engineering, Price has pitched, reported and scripted podcast episodes for the "Extra Spicy" food program and "Fifth & Mission," The Chronicle's daily news program.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all of these episodes were produced remotely, with the majority of interviews occurring through video calls.

Each of these episodes explores impacts of the pandemic from a variety of angles: San Francisco's Chinatown and its unique struggles in the wake of COVID; a renewed debate over fair wages as restaurant workers become essential workers in the coronavirus era;  plus: the experiences of the pandemic's most vulnerable as vaccine hesitancy and politicking prevails. 

In 2018, Price joined The Arizona Republic / USA Today Network's podcast team venture as an audio reporter and producer. She worked in-field and in studio on a variety of projects. From ideation, scripting, in-field recording to post production, Price produced a special edition audio-story on former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, set to be released in future programming.

Price helped reshape "The Gaggle" podcast, hosted by national political reporter Yvonne Wingett - Sanchez and congressional reporter, Ron Hansen, which takes listeners inside Arizona politics. Price was featured on "The Gaggle" for the 2018 Midterm Election special, in which she and co-producer, Taylor Seely, led the ideation, scripting and production of the episode.

Her final episode produced for "The Gaggle" was 'Why is Arizona facing a water crisis,' aired Feb. 27, 2019.

She also contributed to and worked on the network launch of "Valley 101", a podcast answering questions from audience members about the Phoenix metro area.

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In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 1 features producer Ben Flores telling the story of a young woman with high-functioning autism.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 2 explores how plans to defund Planned Parenthood could affect Arizonans, with Price interviewing a Cronkite News reporter based in the Washington D.C. bureau. The episode, by Freesia DeNaples and Tea Francesca Price, was a finalist in the Society of Professional Journalism's 2017 Mark of Excellence Award for Radio News Reporting.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 3 features reporter Brooke Ramos exploring how sleep deprivation affects young adults.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 4 explores why depression is common in young adults & different ways it can be addressed. Price interviews Dr. Ole J. Thienhaus, the head of psychiatry at Banner Health in Tucson, AZ.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 5 features producer Ben Flores reporting on the resources for Yuma families with a child who has autism. The episode was a finalist in the Society of Professional Journalism's 2017 Mark of Excellence Award for Radio Feature.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 6 features the challenges facing two sets of homeless in Arizona: pregnant women and the LGBTQ youth. Price  also interviews Cronkite News Phoenix digital producer, Emily Balli.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 7 explores the foster care system in Arizona and why some children choose to stay in the system even after turning 18.

In 2017, Price hosts the first ever podcast at Cronkite News/ Arizona PBS: "In Focus". Episode 8  and the final episode of season 1 features the stories of two, young Arizonans grew up legally blind and the unique challenges they faced. The episode wraps with a round-table discussion with reporters/producers led by Price.

In July 2014, Price co-hosted an episode of "Community Matters" for WGTD 91.1 FM, an affiliate of Wisconsin Public Radio's, "NPR News & Classical Music Network". In this episode, two of the youngest school board members in the Wisconsin Public School system discuss their careers, hopes and concerns.

In the summer of 2014, Price worked as an intern community reporter for WGTD 91.1 FM, an affiliate of Wisconsin Public Radio's, "NPR News & Classical Music Network". Here is one of the first news bytes Price completed in the early weeks of the internship.

For the spring semester of 2015, Price co-hosted "Buongiorno, Italia" for Arizona State University's KASC 1330AM. The weekly show spins Italian news, culture and music for an American audience, and regularly features a guest with ties to Italy. [Sample episode: April 2015]

In 2017, Price reported/produced a group project known as "Development in the Desert" for Cronkite News with Arizona PBS. She interviews some of her colleagues for a one-off podcast episode featured on the project webpage.