Hear in the City: Radio Realities from the urban landscape
Tuesday: 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Description: Our show focuses on local environment, arts, education, and culture in and around Los Angeles. Our goal is to map the city through sound-rich profiles of people living and working toward creative social change and solutions.
Our website is www.hearinthecity.org
Our bios... Hear in the City host and senior producer Sara Harris comes from fifteen years of public radio experience and has a strong commitment to bringing issues of urban environment, education, public health, and culture to the forefront of the media conversation as opposed to their traditional roles of special feature reportage. Sara’s radio stories have been featured on Marketplace, All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Studio 360, The BBC’s The World, Living on Earth, and Mexico’s IMER national network. Sara launched the Los Angeles Bureau at Youth Radio in 2003 and founded the AudioPostales cross-border radio project with youth in Mexico and the U.S. She continues teach radio and multimedia journalism to teens with award-winning, local, non-profit The HeArt Project.
Hear in the City’s senior producer, Luis Sierra Campos, has been committed to public heath and community media in Los Angeles for over ten-years. His work ranges from running community HIV and AIDS outreach prevention programs to teaching multimedia journalism, to reporting on immigration and health for Youth Radio and for NPR programs All Things Considered and Day to Day. Luis directs Hear in the City’s live radio broadcast and does much of the show’s public health reporting.