Jaime Roque

Jaime Roque

Independent producer

Independent Producer: Jaime Roque, is a Los Angeles-based educator, musician, audio producer, and podcast and radio host. Jaime has produced and hosted a number of podcasts and radio programs, including his own live weekly public radio show. His segments can be heard on LA radio stations KQBH and KPFK and he also produces podcasts for the iHeart Radio Podcast Network, Whetstone Radio Collective, and The SpringHill Company. Jaime has a commitment to creating “stories that matter,” and looks to inspire and teach others through his audio stories.

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Producer Jaime Roque takes a ride with Ernie Moran in his 1965 Chevy Impala to explore the history and culture of the lowrider community of East Los Angeles.

Lowrider

Producer Jaime Roque takes a ride with Ernie Moran in his 1965 Chevy Impala to explore the history and culture of the lowrider community of East Los Angeles.

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Street vendors are an essential part of Los Angeles’ history and its economy.

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Street vendors are an essential part of Los Angeles’ history and its economy.

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Imagine entering a giant machine that sucks you in one end, and spits you out the other side as something completely different.

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Imagine entering a giant machine that sucks you in one end, and spits you out the other side as something completely different.

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