Most recently, Isenberg has ventured into public radio and podcasting. He has worked as host, producer, and podcaster for a range of outlets.
After being interviewed on KBAQ’s “Heart of the Arts,” Isenberg was invited to host a four-part series about the literary culture in Phoenix, Arizona. These are the segments he produced with Jane Hilton.
- Essayist Amy Silverman
- Novelist Matt Bell
- Four Chambers Press (Literary Collective)
- YA Author Paul Mosier
Isenberg served for several months as an assistant producer for KJZZ in Phoenix. He helped develop stories for “The Show,” a nationally recognized news program with a Southwestern focus. During his tenure, “The Show” transitions from a one-hour program airing four days a week to a daily two-hour program. He pitched, researched, and booked interviews for the following segments.
- Archaeologist Challenges Long-Held Assumptions About Montezuma Castle
- More States Adopting Form of Physician-Assisted Suicide Policy
- Crowdsourcing vs. Venture Capital in the Valley of the Sun
- Metallic Asteroid Holds Clues About Earth
- Veteran Walks 2,220 Miles to Raise Awareness About Veteran Mental Health
- Sudanese Lost Boy Working on Autobiography
- Tucson to Expand Bike Trail System
- Sheriff’s New Community Outreach Coordinator Helps Repair Post-Arpaio Relationships
- Writers Resist Hosts Activist Reading in Phoenix
- Latino Performer Creates One-Man Show About Struggling Border Town
- San Francisco Responds to Trump’s Immigration Stance
Field Reporting and Podcasting
Isenberg has produced segments through PRX, including reportage and his original podcast, “Airmail.”
- Acupuncture’s Community Clinics
- The Dwarf Car Museum
- One of Those Countries (about unrest in Gabon)
- A Quiet Place to Read (with 150 Other People)