Nikki is passionate about public radio, from walking around with headphones and microphone to gain people's perspectives, to editing the audio waveforms, to listening to the diversity of content. She got her start at Michigan Radio where she filed reports for daily newscasts and also features for The Environment Report.
She's worked for WGVU Broadcasting and Hawaii Public Radio as a reporter with a particular focus on energy, education and economic issues and was also a substitute host for Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She's produced content for American Public Media's Marketplace and won an Associated Press award for best ongoing coverage.
Farmers from all over Germany traveled to Berlin on Tuesday to protest the German government’s proposed agricultural policy. Many drove tractors, clogging roads from the early morning hours until evening.
Members of Germany’s police special forces arrested a suspected terrorist in Schöneberg on Tuesday. Police say the 26-year-old Syrian was an active member of Islamist extremist chat groups which discussed the construction of bombs and tactics for carrying out attacks.
Will Chinese companies like Huawei control a dominant share of the critical infrastructure? Host Noah Barkin delves into the question with guests Janka Oertel from the German Marshall Fund, and Jan-Peter Kleinhans from the think tank Stiftung Neue Verantwortung.
Should a portion of Templehof’s open space become forest? Politicians from CDU Berlin say planting trees would boost the field’s recreational value and have lasting positive effects on the urban climate.
Berlin’s data protection commissioner finds Deutsche Wohnen guilty of saving excessive amounts of data on tenants. The commission has now imposed a record high fine on Berlin’s largest private real estate group.