Jayne Solinger

Jayne Solinger

Producer, All Things Considered
Minnesota Public Radio
jsolinger@mpr.org

Jayne Solinger is producer of the regional edition of All Things Considered for MPR News. Since arriving at Minnesota Public Radio in 2003, she's worked behind the scenes at every daily program in the newsroom. She also produced documentaries and reports for WABE Radio in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to radio, Jayne produced the television series Health Diary, NewsNight Minnesota, Almanac, and other programs at Twin Cities Public Television. Her work has been recognized by the Midwest Emmy Awards, American Women in Radio and Television, and The Freddie Awards for Health and Medical Media. Jayne is a native of Genola, Minnesota, and graduate of the University of Minnesota-Morris. She lives in Minneapolis.

Jayne Solinger Feature Archive

ACT Team
A special report takes you inside the state's mental health services for perspectives on what's working what is not. (07/23/2013)
ACT Team
The team approach, reserved for clients with the most severe mental illnesses who are able to live at home, has proven so successful that state officials are evaluating how a modified approach could help clients in prisons, and people in remote areas of the state. (07/22/2013)
Safe House
From the outside, Safe House is just a non-descript home in a residential neighborhood in St. Paul. On the inside though, what is accomplished goes beyond four walls. (03/07/2013)
The Grand Meadow high school girls' basketball team opens its season Tuesday night. The players take the court in the shadow of Grand Meadow girls' teams of an earlier era -- teams that compiled a 94-0 record between 1929 and 1939. That record has not been touched by any boys or girls high school basketball team -- before or since. (11/29/2005)
The city of Albert Lea, in far southern Minnesota, has struggled the past few years after the loss of its biggest employer. But city officials say things are looking up, and they're optimistic that Albert Lea will regain the hundreds of jobs it lost. (07/01/2004)
The captivating season of the University of Minnesota women's basketball team ended Sunday night at the NCAA Final Four semifinal in New Orleans. The University of Connecticut beat the Gophers 67-58. The game marked the end of the college basketball careers of seniors Lindsay Whalen and Kadidja Andersson. (04/05/2004)