Miguel Macias is a radio producer, sound designer, musician and video producer based in Brooklyn, N.Y. Currently he is an assistant professor in the Department of Television and Radio at Brooklyn College, director of the Radio Studies Program and faculty supervisor for WBCR (Brooklyn College Radio).
Originally from Sevilla, Spain, Macias completed an M.F.A. in television production at Brooklyn College and then joined the ranks of New York Public Radio, WNYC, as an associate producer. While working at WNYC, he received a Peabody Award in 2006 for Radio Rookies. After a couple of years working for WNYC, he moved to Los Angeles, where he joined the team of American Public Media's Marketplace. For two years he was the overnight associate producer and director for the Marketplace Morning Report. At Marketplace, he also had the opportunity to travel to the Middle East as the associate producer and documentarian for the project The Middle East at Work.
His credits include NPR's All Things Considered and Morning Edition, PRI's The World and This American Life, ABC Radio National, Youth Radio and NGO Madre.