Andrea Domanick

Andrea Domanick

Digital Music and Culture Producer, KCRW

Guest/Producer/KCRW Staff

Andrea is KCRW's Digital Producer for Music and Culture and has been covering music and culture since 2010. She got her start at KPCC and LA Weekly before joining the Las Vegas Sun as an arts, entertainment, and business reporter. She then worked as West Coast Editor of Noisey at VICE, where her work included a two-year investigative project examining sexual misconduct in the music industry. Before joining KCRW, she worked as an independent culture reporter and editor, contributing to publications including the LA Times, Billboard, Playboy, and Rolling Stone. She co-hosts and produces The Culture Journalist podcast. 

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