Paul Schneider

Broadcast Engineer, Soundcheck

Paul Schneider joined the world of listener-supported radio in 2006 after his listener-supported band ( stopped being so self-supporting.  Luckily, he landed a position as a staff engineer at WNYC. 

He quickly set sights on becoming part of the Soundcheck crew and is grateful to work with such a talented, dedicated bunch.  Paul also spends many hours mixing and producing features for the award-winning WNYC Newsroom.  Paul lives in News Jersey with his wife, Melaine, and their 2 children, Clementine and Elon.

Paul Schneider appears in the following:

Desperately Seeking Rooftop View

Thursday, August 14, 2014

"There’s nothing that gives me more pure joy than just being out alone rock-climbing or hiking on top of a beautiful mountain. So for me that’s a large part of why I like to get on rooftops. I get some of that same feeling."

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Life After Sandy: One Year Later

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Early on Oct. 29, 2012,  tropical storm Sandy, churning through Atlantic Ocean waters in an easterly direction along America's Eastern Seaboard, hit a high pressure cold front and curved north-northeast.  It was a left turn that became a left hook, aimed straight at the ribs of New Jersey.  

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Into the Woods, Cell Phone, iPod and All

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

In August, life is supposed to slow down. But in the city, things never seem to let up. So WNYC's Amy Pearl thought, why not get away from it all? Go out into the woods and hike the Appalachian Trail for a couple days with just her dog Cola for company. Totally unplugged. Well, almost.

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New Tech City: Tech Studies at NYC Universities

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Three New York universities are launching new tech-based programs designed to study, analyze and find solutions to real-world problems. 


Micropolis: Musicians Make the Noisiest Neighbors

Thursday, March 28, 2013

In this latest episode of Micropolis, we explore the not-so-harmonious side of the New York musician's life, wherein one wrong chord can result in a knock on the door, a volley of abuse, and maybe even... MURDER.

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