Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Senior Producer, Music

Myke Dodge Weiskopf is KCRW's Senior Producer for Music. He's been publicly writing, thinking, and obsessing about music since age 13, when he published his first fanzine on a hand-me-down Apple IIe and a dot-matrix printer. Prior to becoming the founding producer of KCRW's Lost Notes, he worked on other in-house podcasts, including Strangers, UnFictional, and The Organist. Myke's most recent projects include Bent By Nature (with Bob Carlson) and Private Playlist. He lives online at www.myke.me.

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from Music Special Programming

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