Danielle Chiriguayo

Danielle Chiriguayo

Digital News Producer

Danielle Chiriguayo is an award-winning journalist born and raised in LA. As digital news producer, she works to bridge the gap between broadcast and digital by adapting radio content for other platforms and through original multimedia reporting.

Prior to KCRW, Chiriguayo worked at Marketplace, where she reported digital-first features and trend-based stories and helped develop short-form content. When she isn't working, she can be found riding public transit, listening to disco, and yearning for her next cup of coffee.

Danielle Chiriguayo on KCRW

LA Metro plans to hire 300 unarmed “transit ambassadors” to help riders navigate the system and keep an eye on passengers and employees.

Crime’s up, ridership’s down. Can LA Metro ambassadors help?

LA Metro plans to hire 300 unarmed “transit ambassadors” to help riders navigate the system and keep an eye on passengers and employees.

from Greater LA

Maybe you want to start a family or expand the one you have. Does climate change have you worried about having children? We want to hear from you.

Is climate change making you think twice about having kids?

Maybe you want to start a family or expand the one you have. Does climate change have you worried about having children? We want to hear from you.

from Greater LA

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Fingerboards: Handcrafted art offers escapism and competition

Fingerboards, the palm-sized skateboards you steer with your fingers, are tokens of 1990s nostalgia that’s gaining interest among a new generation of riders.

from Greater LA

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