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Associate Producer

Raechel Donahue

Raechel has spent half her adult life as a media personality – she was CNN's first entertainment reporter and a pioneer in FM radio – and the other half making documentaries with subjects including Phil Spector, Tina Turner, Yoko Ono and Albert Maysles. She co-produced, with Carolyn Travis, Rock Jocks: The FM Revolution and is consulting producer on Airplay: The Rise And Fall of Rock Radio (2006). She is also co-author of the best-seller Fabulous After Fifty and is proud to have won the prestigious Hollywood Boulevard Elephant Race two years in a row. Raechel's newest documentaries, Drawn to Yellowstone and Heart Mountain: An American Town have aired on PBS and internationally. Miz Rae can heard Sundays on

"In Features, The Director Is God. In Documentaties, God is the Director."

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