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Toni Randolph

Liberia 2010
Minnesota Public Radio

Toni Randolph is the editor for new audiences at Minnesota Public Radio, for whom she has worked since 2003. Her job is to ensure that MPR News is responding to the news needs of Minnesota’s increasingly diverse population. Randolph began with MPR as a reporter, covering a variety of topics including homelessness and immigration issues. She was also a newscaster and served as the local host of “Weekend Edition.” Before moving to Minnesota, Randolph worked at WBUR-FM in Boston for more than seven years. She covered Massachusetts politics, airport security and the clergy sex abuse scandal. She began her public broadcasting career as news director at one of the public radio stations in her hometown of Buffalo, New York, shortly after earning her MS from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She has traveled to China on the East-West Center’s Hong Kong Journalism Fellowships.


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