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

Los Angeles County's new mask mandate is receiving pushback from individuals, businesses, and cities.

Masks should be mainstream, LA’s flip-flopping policies erode public trust, says psychologist

Los Angeles County's new mask mandate is receiving pushback from individuals, businesses, and cities.

from KCRW Features

Sandy Duvall, who owns Sierra Health and Fitness in Sierra Madre, says she has been threatened over her business policy to mandate COVID vaccinations to her members.

Sierra Madre gym owner to patrons: ‘If you're not vaccinated, you can't enter our facility’

Sandy Duvall, who owns Sierra Health and Fitness in Sierra Madre, says she has been threatened over her business policy to mandate COVID vaccinations to her members.

from KCRW Features

Community activists and some city leaders say they are not satisfied with the LAPD’s explanation about the “miscalculation” that led to the dangerous detonation of illegal fireworks in…

South LA fireworks blast victims reject LAPD’s apology, saying it would not have happened in other neighborhoods

Community activists and some city leaders say they are not satisfied with the LAPD’s explanation about the “miscalculation” that led to the dangerous detonation of illegal fireworks in…

from KCRW Features

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It’s an issue many communities across California are wrestling with: how to preserve historic buildings and landmarks that are part of their heritage without draining local government…

from Zócalo's Connecting California

When you see Governor Gavin Newsom’s name on the recall ballot this September 14, you won’t see the word Democrat alongside it.

from KCRW Features

Two decades ago, California enacted a law to remove guns from people deemed too dangerous to be armed. But the measure, plagued by problems, has not achieved its promise.

from News Stories

Finding and getting to know a love interest was difficult before COVID-19. Then came the pandemic lockdown, and rather than give up on love, singles started dating virtually.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Greater LA

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from Life Examined

Ken and Josh discuss Michael Avenatti’s decision to represent himself, the drama around Section 230, and the Tom Barrack indictment.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

Journalist Richard Silverstein has been sounding the alarm bells about the private surveillance spyware sold by Israel’s NSO for years.

from Scheer Intelligence

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand