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Nancy Mullane

Specializes in: Arts, Profiles, Business, Government, Entertainment, Education, Technology, Environment, Science, Religion/Spirituality, Ethnic Issues, radio feature reporting, print features

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6022 California Street
San Francisco, CA  
Phone: 415-668-6072
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Work has previously appeared: Local/Regional Magazine, National Radio, Local Radio, Online Newsmagazine

Radio and print feature reporter covering a broad range of issues including profiles of national and local individuals, community institutions in change and events with an impact.

Mullane has been awarded a 2009 Soros Justice Media Fellowship to produce a two hour, four part radio documentary examining parole in California.
A 1988 law politicized the parole process by making the governor, and not parole boards, the final authority on release decisions for people serving life sentences with the possibility of parole. Mullane's project will take listeners inside a world where people struggle to reform their lives amid diminishing hope that they will ever be granted parole.

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