Jens Gould

Jens Gould

Independent Producer

Jens Erik Gould has done work for TIME Magazine, KTLA 5 in Los Angeles, The New York Times, National Public Radio and Bloomberg. He was based for three years in Caracas, Venezuela, for another three years in Mexico City, and has now been a California correspondent for nearly two years. As a musician, Jens has been a performer and songwriter for 14 years and plays regularly in Los Angeles at venues from the House of Blues to Genghis Cohen. He is also the creator of Bravery Tapes, a multimedia experience that portrays stories of human courage.

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Birmingham roller pigeons were first bred in England in the 1800's. Now the sport has its own world cup.

The Growing Passion for Flying Birmingham Roller Pigeons

Birmingham roller pigeons were first bred in England in the 1800's. Now the sport has its own world cup.

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