Darrell Satzman

News Producer

KCRW Staff/Producer

Darrell Satzman, our former associate producer of Morning Edition, has worked as an interim producer on KCRW's To the Point and Which Way, LA?. He's also done regular freelance work for the Los Angeles Times, and was previously a news writer at KFWB Los Angeles. His news sense, writing abilities and professional demeanor are a great asset to the station.

Darrell Satzman on KCRW

Edwin Krupp of LA’s Griffith Observatory shares the optimal times and places for watching the Perseid meteor shower.

80 shooting stars per hour: How to catch the peak of the Perseid meteor shower tonight

Edwin Krupp of LA’s Griffith Observatory shares the optimal times and places for watching the Perseid meteor shower.

from KCRW Features

In LA, Pacific Islanders are three times more likely than Latinos to contract coronavirus, with about 2500 per 100,000 taking ill. That’s according to LA County’s COVID-19 dashboard.

Why LA’s Pacific Islander community is especially susceptible to COVID-19

In LA, Pacific Islanders are three times more likely than Latinos to contract coronavirus, with about 2500 per 100,000 taking ill. That’s according to LA County’s COVID-19 dashboard.

from KCRW Features

Some members of the Los Angeles Times Guild have formed a Latino Caucus and written an open letter to management that calls for better representation in the newsroom.

Latinos make up 13% of LA Times newsroom. Journalists call for better representation

Some members of the Los Angeles Times Guild have formed a Latino Caucus and written an open letter to management that calls for better representation in the newsroom.

from KCRW Features

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from Hollywood Breakdown

One of LA’s largest homeless encampments was on a waterfront stretch of Beacon Street in San Pedro.

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Some companies are in phase three trials for COVID-19 vaccines. KCRW looks at the work being done by Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Pac-12 conference has decided to postpone all sporting events for the rest of the year. That means no soccer, volleyball or football.

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