Darrell Satzman

Darrell Satzman

Producer

KCRW Staff/Producer

Darrell Satzman produces Morning Edition on KCRW. He is an award-winning journalist who has overseen KCRW’s morning news coverage for more than a decade, covering a wide variety of local and state issues. Prior to working at KCRW, he was an editor at KFWB News Radio in Los Angeles and a reporter for the Los Angeles Times and other publications. When not getting up early to produce Morning Edition, Darrell enjoys exploring California, taking advantage of LA’s cultural and culinary richness, cheering the Dodgers and walking his dog, Phoebe. 

Darrell Satzman on KCRW

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