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Ashley Milne-Tyte

Specializes in: Profiles, Business, Personal finance, Communication issues, women

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285 5th Avenue
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Brooklyn, NY  
Phone: 646 226-0728
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Work has previously appeared: National Daily Newspaper, Daily Newspaper, National Radio, Local Radio, Online Newsmagazine, Web Log

A national radio reporter by background, I still love that medium but now work in radio, print and online. For many years I was a reporter for Marketplace, the public radio business show. I still do plenty of personal finance pieces and stories with some kind of business twist for Marketplace, NPR and WNYC. My print pieces have appeared in the Financial Times, New York Daily News, Wall Street Journal and the Independent (London).

My specialties are stories about any aspect of communication (from the different ways men and women communicate to the communication challenges inherent in a video interview) and stories about women, particularly women in the workplace.

I'm adept at turning dry material into something people will actually want to listen to or read about, and I use humor in my stories wherever possible. Good writer and dogged researcher, diplomatic, get on well with editors. Prior to becoming a journalist ten years ago I was a copywriter on corporate websites like IBM.com and Meow Mix.

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