Kaitlin Parker

Kaitlin Parker

Producer, 'The Business' and 'Hollywood Breakdown'

KCRW Staff/Producer

Kaitlin Parker produces KCRW’s The Business and The Hollywood Breakdown. The Business is an award-winning radio show and podcast that features lively conversations with some of the most interesting people in the industry, from Oscar-winning directors to first-time filmmakers. Past guests include George Clooney, Ava DuVernay and Bong Joon-ho. Kaitlin’s job merges two of her main interests: movies and audio storytelling. She also loves spending time outside and reading with her daughter.

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SAG-AFTRA members ratify a three-year contract with studios. Plus, actors promote work post-strike, studios license content, and streamers bundle services.

TV legend Norman Lear on a lifetime of ‘experience’; Actors approve deal

SAG-AFTRA members ratify a three-year contract with studios. Plus, actors promote work post-strike, studios license content, and streamers bundle services.

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There will be eight fewer awards broadcast live at this year’s Oscars. Many in the film community are outraged. But some say it’s a needed change for a bloated telecast.

from Hollywood Breakdown

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ViacomCBS is now Paramount, but Wall Street isn't impressed.

ViacomCBS is no more – the company this week rebranded as Paramount and is going all-in on the streaming wars. But investors have not gotten on board.

from Hollywood Breakdown

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