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Sean Tubbs joined [[Charlottesville Tomorrow]] in 2007 as its first Program Officer.  Mr. Tubbs has a background in radio news and has worked at both non-profit and public radio stations in Virginia.  His 2001 documentary on Virginia’s Eugenics Movement won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award.  Mr. Tubbs founded the [[Charlottesville Podcasting Network]] in 2005 where he pioneered the use of audio podcasts for public media in Central Virginia.  Mr. Tubbs lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Sean Tubbs joined [[Charlottesville Tomorrow]] in 2007 as its first Program Officer.  Mr. Tubbs has a background in radio news and has worked at both non-profit and public radio stations in Virginia.  His 2001 documentary on Virginia’s Eugenics Movement won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award.  Mr. Tubbs founded the [[Charlottesville Podcasting Network]] in 2005 where he pioneered the use of audio podcasts for public media in Central Virginia.  Mr. Tubbs lives in Charlottesville, Virginia and is entirely un-funny.  
  
 
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Sean Tubbs joined Charlottesville Tomorrow in 2007 as its first Program Officer.  Mr. Tubbs has a background in radio news and has worked at both non-profit and public radio stations in Virginia.  His 2001 documentary on Virginia’s Eugenics Movement won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award.  Mr. Tubbs founded the Charlottesville Podcasting Network in 2005 where he pioneered the use of audio podcasts for public media in Central Virginia.  Mr. Tubbs lives in Charlottesville, Virginia and is entirely un-funny.

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