Barber Productions was founded in 2003 by veteran radio broadcaster Bruce Barber and entrepreneur Mac Haskell. The company’s goal is to create informative, entertaining and socially conscious programming for radio and digital media.
Bruce Barber is the creator of “The Real Life Survival Guide”, a public radio show heard Sunday afternoons at 4:30 on WNPR. The idea is to create a “manual for modern living” by having conversations – on the radio and on the web. You can visit the RLSG Facebook Page by clicking here.
Bruce also produces ”The WNPR Health Forum”, heard weekly on the Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network, and in January of 2010, Bruce became the local host of WNPR’s weeknight and Saturday morning programs.
Each summer, Bruce hosts series of player interviews at the New Haven Open professional tennis tournament on the campus of Yale University, and has also helped create a 65th Anniversary radio campaign for a highly respected Connecticut chain of eyewear stores, Kennedy and Perkins.
Bruce Barber lives in the Westville section of New Haven Connecticut with his wife Karen, an Emergency Medicine physician. They have two grown daughters and two sons.