About Carol Hills
HILLS, CAROL is a producer for The World, a weekday international news program produced by the BBC World Service, Public Radio International and WGBH Boston. The program reaches close to 3 million public radio listeners each week. Her responsibilities include deciding how to cover the day's news, researching and producing host interviews on topics from the war in Iraq to Iranian hip-hop and occasional reporting from Nigeria, Cuba and Vietnam. Hills is a native of northern New York and graduated with a degree in history from the University of Vermont. She also has a master’s degree in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Her first journalism job was in Boston, where she worked as associate producer of the Ten O'Clock News with Christopher Lydon. After two years she left for graduate school and then returned to television and later radio news at the Christian Science Monitor. In the mid 1990s she produced a regional public radio news program in the Northwest then returned to Boston in 1995 to help create The World. She enjoys reading, movies, traveling, crossword puzzles and discovering new recipes.
- Was accepted for Jan 06-11 2008 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Carol Hills (includes contributory writing):
- Rip. Mix. Burn.
- Trying to capture the vibrancy of remixed music, Rip.Mix.Burn asks artists and the public to take existing digital art and make something new – and exhilarating.