David Weinberg

David Weinberg

Host, Welcome to LA

David Weinberg is a host and producer at KCRW.

He creates character-driven stories for KCRW programs including Good Food, All Things Considered, Press Play and Unfictional. He is the producer of a year-long series on life in South L.A. called "Below the Ten." He has won multiple journalism awards, including a national Edward R. Murrow award for feature reporting for "Mr. Fries Man." David is a former reporter at Marketplace. His work has been featured on The World, 99% Invisible, Wiretap, Love + Radio and WWOZ, and he produced the podcast Random Tape. His print work has been published in the New York Times.

David Weinberg on KCRW

Lost Notes is a podcast from KCRW. It's about music, and artistic legacy, and people. Listen to this episode about David Bowie's favorite rock band, Fanny.

Listen to Lost Notes

Lost Notes is a podcast from KCRW. It's about music, and artistic legacy, and people. Listen to this episode about David Bowie's favorite rock band, Fanny.

from Welcome to LA

 Tanya Aguiñiga grew up in Tijuana, just a few blocks away from the border and even as a little kid she was aware of the constant flow of people…

As migrants arrive in Tijuana, some protest and some help

 Tanya Aguiñiga grew up in Tijuana, just a few blocks away from the border and even as a little kid she was aware of the constant flow of people…

from News Stories

Migrant caravans have been traveling north through Mexico for years.

As migrants arrive in Tijuana, some see a threat and others work to help

Migrant caravans have been traveling north through Mexico for years.

from KCRW Features

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from Design and Architecture

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from Zócalo's Connecting California

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Zócalo's Connecting California