Chery Glaser

Chery Glaser

Host/KCRW Staff, Red State, Blue State

Chery Glaser has spent more than 20 years as a radio host, reporter, and producer—including ten years at Marketplace, public radio’s business and finance program.  She’s covered stories from the Northridge Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina to the chocolate business. Chery’s been named best local radio anchor by the LA Press Club and by the Alliance for Women in Media’s Gracie Awards.  

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From immigration raids and the census to the Mueller report to concerns about the looming federal debt limit. The national news just doesn’t seem to stop these days.

Why the Desert Sun is taking a time-out from polarizing opinion pieces

From immigration raids and the census to the Mueller report to concerns about the looming federal debt limit. The national news just doesn’t seem to stop these days.

from KCRW Features

Thousands of LA public school teachers are going to be back out on the picket lines for a second day.

Who are the political players in the LA teachers strike?

Thousands of LA public school teachers are going to be back out on the picket lines for a second day.

from KCRW Features

America feels more divided than ever. But the majority of the electorate is actually united on something: they are tuning out from political debates.

Americans are Sick and Tired of Politics

America feels more divided than ever. But the majority of the electorate is actually united on something: they are tuning out from political debates.

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