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

Even as in-person school instruction remains on hold, high school and other youth sports have the green light to resume in much of the state.

After a year on the sidelines, young athletes can trickle back to the playing fields

Even as in-person school instruction remains on hold, high school and other youth sports have the green light to resume in much of the state.

from KCRW Features

With a new Joe Biden administration, undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are breathing a sigh of relief.

Undocumented immigrants in LA are counting on President Biden to help them feel safe and secure

With a new Joe Biden administration, undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are breathing a sigh of relief.

from KCRW Features

The damage caused by months of distance learning is coming into sharper focus. Attendance is down. Grades are plummeting. And many parents say kids are feeling isolated and depressed.

Debate over returning to in-person classes heats up as Californians face likelihood of all remote learning in 2021

The damage caused by months of distance learning is coming into sharper focus. Attendance is down. Grades are plummeting. And many parents say kids are feeling isolated and depressed.

from KCRW Features

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Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday suggested that in-person instruction in public schools could resume if teachers are prioritized in coronavirus vaccinations.

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One year after his passing, Kobe Bryant’s legacy continues. The Lakers’ 2020 championship victory was dedicated to him.

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There’s a bit of optimism on the pandemic front. Cases are trending down, and projections show ICU capacity increasing in the coming weeks.

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