Executive Producers:
Karl Baehr & Thomas J. Cryan

Producer: Jack Dusendschon

Project Engineer: Conrad Osipowicz

Recording, Mixing & Mastering Studio: WERS 88.9 FM


Karl Baehr is a Managing Director of the media firm, InterTerra New Media, and is an entrepreneur whose experiences span nearly 25 years. He is Director of Entrepreneurial Studies at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. The Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship, or E3, as the program is known, has received much recognition for such a young program. In 2007, Karl was selected by Fortune Magazine as being among the Top Professors of Entrepreneurship in the country. His work as a writer, musician and producer is life-long, and continues to this day with personal efforts in publishing and music production.

Jack Dusendschon has a history of radio broadcasting, both as a music programmer as well as an on-air personality. He was a founding member of the Colorado jam/funk band Space Heater, and has played with a variety of Colorado and New Mexico musicians, using his on-air/stage name, Jack Shaw. He has managed several children and adult sailing schools, and has a Colorado teacherís certification from University of Colorado at Denver. Jack is also a Managing Director of the media firm, InterTerra New Media.


WERS 88.9

The majority of the musical tracks for The Next Paradigm were recorded at WERS Studios. WERS 88.9 is a college radio station owned and operated by Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. All of the tracks were mixed and mastered at WERS, using student engineers as well as many student musicians.

WERS was founded in 1949 by Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, becoming the first non-commercial radio station in New England. WERS combines eclectic, Americana-oriented daytime programming with many specialty programs, including blocks of jazz, reggae, hip-hop and Live Mix sessions. The acclaimed WERS Live Mix broadcasts over 400 live performances a year, with a list of many contributing artists over the years, including Nirvana, Dave Matthews Band, Willie Nelson, Tori Amos, Widespread Panic, Regina Spektor, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Public Enemy, Damien Marley, Steven Marley, The Slip, Mieka Pauley, and The Black Tie Affair. The station also broadcasts half-hour newscasts during the work week.

WERS Radioís signal reaches the greater Boston area, including parts of Rhode Island and New Hampshire, with an audience of over 150,000 people a week. You can also listen to WERS through iTunes (radio: eclectic: WERS), and through their website at www.wers.org.